alex williams 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#cloud#news A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting The talk about OpenStack’s openness should not cloud out what is really happening. And that’s the fact that there is a whole lot of innovation coming from this growing group of engineers and developers.Simon Crosby of Citrix puts this in perspective today in a post about OpenStack’s support for vSphere that Citrix played a large part in helping make happen.The vSphere support now brings to seven the total OpenStack compute options available: vSphere, XenServer/Xen Cloud Platform, Xen, Hyper-V, KVM, QEMU, and UML.Why did Citrix, a huge VMware foe, decide to embark upon the effort to support the VMware hypervisor in the OpenStack community? Crosby puts it this way:We in the OpenStack community believe that you ought to have a choice. We don’t think you need to throw out ESX or even vSphere. You made a rational decision to use (err, buy) it. But you ought to have a choice as to whether your cloud implementation will lock you into a single vendor model forever, with a limited set of expensive value-added services. We think there’s another way, that permits innovation in cloud services and solutions, that scales massively, and that is wholly free. The answer is OpenStack Compute – a massively scalable cloud orchestration system developed by over 50 vendors, hundreds of engineers and put in production by the world’s largest cloud service providers.Wardey is one of the better bloggers out in the cloud world. He pulls no punches. But his points are quite valid. OpenStack is innovating, showing its importance as an organization. Adding vSphere opens up the possibilities for customers. And that’s a good thing. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts
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Debutant Anirban Lahiri and the seasoned Jeev Milkha Singh combined to give India one of its most memorable days in a Major championships, as both made the halfway cut at the 141st Open Championships on Friday.Even as a good number of players were still out on the course, the two Indians were assured of action over the weekend at the Royal Lytham & St Annes.A huge sense of relief seemed to envelop both Lahiri and Jeev, as they finished about an hour of each other. Lahiri came back with a battling twoover 72 in the second round that brought him to even-par 140 for 36 at the halfway stage.A little later Jeev also overcame the tough and soggy conditions to card 71 and finish his first 36 holes at one-over 141 with the cut likely at two-over 142.On Thursday, Lahiri had shot a stunning bogey-free twounder 68 opening round, at the end of which he was lying as high at tied 14th.As Lahiri expressed happiness and relief at making the cut, his senior, Jeev, who won the Scottish Open last week, said, “It is a great thing for Indian golf. I am sure this will raise the interest and profile of Indian golf. Personally I am very happy for Lahiri.On his own play, he added, “It is nice for me to make the cut, finally at the Open. The course is playing tough and I am only a few shots away from the top-10 guys, so I can make a charge on the weekend.”advertisementA very happy Lahiri said, “If someone had offered me an even- par score at the end of two rounds before the start I would have taken it.”But he added, “I didn’t hit it as well as I would have liked. My putting wasn’t as good as yesterday. I probably hit it better than yesterday as I hit more fairways. I gave myself opportunities but didn’t convert them. I probably found two or three bunkers more than I would have liked and today wasn’t easy to get out of bunkers.Their efforts brought in a string of new landmarks for Indian golf as two Indians had never before made the cut in the same Major. Lahiri also became only the second Indian after Jeev to make the cut on his debut in the Major.Jeev is now the only Indian to have made the cut in all four Majors and his best has been tied ninth at the 2009 PGA Championships.Brandt Snedeker (66-64) of the US shot a stunning second round 64, the same as first round leader Adam Scott, and took over the lead at 10- under. Scott, who started later was two- under through 13 holes and moved to eight-under with five more to play.Also lurking around a move was Tiger Woods, who after his first round 67 was two-under through eight holes and was five-under overall in third place, one ahead of Graeme McDowell who was four-under with nine to play.