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Old 07-27-2011, 09:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Red Hat Warns Government About Cloud Lock-in -- And Microsoft?


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In an open letter of sorts, Red Hat is warning U.S. policy makers and government leaders about so-called cloud lock-in — the use of proprietary APIs (application programming interfaces) and other techniques to keep customers from switching cloud providers. The open letter, in the form of a blog entry from Red Hat VP Mark Bohannon, contains thinly veiled criticism of Microsoft and other companies that are launching their own public clouds. Here's some perspective.

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