The world of open source is fast moving, exciting and built on collaboration and sharing, principles that we fully respect and support.
This section of our website provides space for articles and briefings that Quru people have written recently about aspects of open source, its growth and the different players that they find particularly intriguing, interesting and thought provoking.
You may agree with some views, disagree with others and that's fine. Our aim is to contribute to the growth of open source and to demonstrate how we, in our own small way, are driving acceptance and utilisation with many different types of organisation and to meet different customer requirements.
Recent insights include:
- Roland Whitehead view on why weight kills performance
- Mark Evans on the debate between open source and proprietary software
- Open Hybrid Cloud - Meaningless industry jargon or the future of virtualization?
- The journey from virtualization to cloud - Taking back control of hybrid cloud deployments
- Cut the costs of database licensing with Postgresql on IBM Power
- Open IT infrastructures cut costs and increas business capability - As featured in the Sunday Telegraph Business Technology - Efficient IT Report
- Robin Porter explaining why you have a choice for virtualization
- IDC 'Partner Connection': How Quru Brings Red Hat's Open Source Infrastructure Stack to Market
- Containers and Docker: The future of application deployment
- Robin Porter on how Red Hat Satellite 6 can cut the time and cost of managing your Red Hat Estate
- IBM's POWER Turbo LAMP Stack: The LAMP Stack for Today’s Demanding Application Workload Requirements
- Walli Datoo on 'What are Microservices?'
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