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August 30, 2010
Deltacloud Could Change The Face Of Standard Networks
By Savio Rodrigues
Contrary to popular rumors, Red Hat's recent webcast was not to announce an imminent acquisition. Red Hat instead laid out an ambitious cloud strategy, going as far as claiming that only Microsoft and Red Hat are positioned to deliver an end-to-end cloud stack. However, the most important announcement from Red Hat may well be overshadowed by its comparison versus Microsoft Azure or its PaaS plans.

Here's why IT decision makers shouldn't ignore Red Hat's submission of the cloud neutral Deltacloud cloud API to the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) and Apache Software Foundation.

Deltacloud sputtered under a single vendor's control

Deltacloud was announced nearly a year ago at the 2009 Red Hat summit. Brian Stevens, CTO and VP, Engineering at Red Hat described Deltacloud's goal:

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