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What feelings are driving Scotland’s big vote on Independence?

As Scotland’s day of destiny arrives, What feelings are driving Scotland’s big vote on Independence?

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Mesosphere Comes To The Google Cloud Platform, Integrates Google's Open Source Kubernetes Project

Google and Mesosphere today announced a partnership that brings support for Mesos clusters to Google’s Compute Engine platform. While the Mesos project and Mesosphere aren’t quite household names yet, they are quickly becoming important tools for companies that want to be able to easily scale their applications, no matter whether that’s in their own data centers, in a public cloud service, or as a hybrid deployment. 637 more words

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3 areas where Amazon Web Services might be vulnerable (if the competition can exploit them)

Amazon(s amzn) Web Services has been the biggest and best cloud computing platform for years, and many would argue it still is. But competition is picking up — led primarily by Google(s goog) and Microsoft(s msft) — leading some to question whether AWS’s old habits will end up helping or hindering the business. 1,036 more words

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Google's latest invention: a data-warehousing system named Mesa

Of course, Google has been busy. In the past few years, researchers have cooked up a complex and powerful new data-warehousing system called Mesa.

Mesa was born out of Google’s core business: Internet advertising. 350 more words

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Google Compute Engine Adds New Zones In US And Asia

Google today announced that it has launched two new Compute Engine zones: one in the U.S. (us-central1-f) and one in Asia (asia-east1-c). Google says this will make it easier for developers to run systems like… 257 more words

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