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Which company contributes most to OpenStack? July 11, 2013 Follow @tsamson_IW Although Rackspace can lay claim to contributing the most lines of code to the OpenStack project since its inception in 2010, DreamHost has emerged as the top code contributor over the past six months, followed by Red Hat. Legal issues: Investing in Social Enterprise Invalid quantity. Please enter a quantity of 1 or more. The quantity you chose exceeds the quantity available.

The Soho Loft meets Family Offices and Private Banking in Lu... Invalid quantity. Please enter a quantity of 1 or more. The quantity you chose exceeds the quantity available. Strategic departures « Beanbags and Bullsh!t Finally announced yesterday the news everyone – within the social enterprise lobby – had been waiting for, the guidelines for the OCS ‘transition’ strategic partner funding*. For those organisations thinking that it might an idea to jump aboard the strategic partnership bandwagon as it slows to halt in 2014-2015, the news is not good and the operative questions are about how many of social enterprises representatives will be able to cling on. As reported previously, the current list of 40 partners is being slimmed down to 15 and the available cash for the coming year (2011 – 2012) is down from the previous £12.1 million to £7.5 million. Logic would assume that these criteria: 1. The programme is open to:

Anatomy of an open source cloud The use of the cloud as an abstraction is quite common for the distributed system that is the Internet, but the past few years have seen this abstraction expanded to incorporate highly virtualized and scalable infrastructures that are easily provisioned as a service (locally, remotely, or a combination of local and remote resources). This article forgoes an in-depth definition of cloud architecture and its benefits, and instead refers to worthwhile reading in the Resources section. Cloud computing anatomy This article begins with an exploration of the core abstractions of cloud architectures (from Infrastructure as a Service [IaaS]), then moves beyond the building blocks to the more highly integrated solutions. Although not a requirement, virtualization provides unique benefits for building dynamically scalable architectures. Figure 1.

South East Sustainability Loan Fund The South East Sustainability Loan Fund provides debt funding on a matched basis to companies that are developing or selling a product or service that looks to reduce carbon emissions in the South East of England. Loans from this Fund must be matched against a publicly funded debt fund (“Primary Loan Fund”). Current Primary Loan Funds are the TVB Commercialisation Loan Scheme and the TVB Expansion Loan Scheme both operated by TVB Loan Management Ltd.

Funding your Start-Up with Crowdfunding Invalid quantity. Please enter a quantity of 1 or more. The quantity you chose exceeds the quantity available. Farm standard operating procedures ABC DAIRY FARM PTY LTD needed to employ a new milker to add to their current team of four. As a new person was joining the farm, the manager thought it was a perfect time to review the farm’s milk harvesting procedures and the farm’s operating manual. The manager used The People in Dairy Generator to create a set of standard operating procedures for milk harvesting that he then customised to suit the farm and inserted in the operating manual. The manual was used with the milking staff to set out clearly how things should be done. Milk Harvesting

Securing Docker’s Future with SELinux and the Open Source Way Docker has been in the news a lot lately with the first DockerCon event in San Francisco this past month and the release of Docker 1.0. With all that momentum, comes a higher level of visibility and scrutiny. And in just a blink of the internets, the inevitable happened. The buzz went from Docker is going to Save the Planet headlines to the announcement of Docker’s first security ‘exploit’ on HackerNews.

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