Apache Libcloud provides single Python API for all clouds

The Apache Software Foundation has released the first full 1.0 release of Libcloud, a Python library designed to provide a common set of abstractions for working with services on over 30 different cloud providers — including container services and backup-as-a-service.

The premise is that a developer can use Libcloud to access and manipulate any number of clouds in their software without having to worry about the low-level details of how each cloud implements its features. Libcloud works with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Compute Engine, and any OpenStack-based cloud.

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InfoWorld Cloud Computing

CHRISTUS Health’s private cloud provides the Rx needed to accommodate change

CHRISTUS Health is a sprawling healthcare operation headquartered in Irving Texas, with primary acute care facilities in Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Mexico, Chile and, coming soon, Colombia, as well as long-term care facilities in Georgia, Iowa, Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas. Lynn Gibson was brought in almost four years ago as CTO to help CHRISTUS gird for change, and Network World Editor in Chief John Dix recently stopped by his office to get his take on where they stand and what comes next.

CHRISTUS Health CTO Lynn Gibson

CHRISTUS Health CTO Lynn Gibson

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Network World Cloud Computing

CHRISTUS Health’s private cloud provides the Rx needed to accommodate change

CHRISTUS Health is a sprawling healthcare operation headquartered in Irving Texas, with primary acute care facilities in Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Mexico, Chile and, coming soon, Colombia, as well as long-term care facilities in Georgia, Iowa, Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas. Lynn Gibson was brought in almost four years ago as CTO to help CHRISTUS gird for change, and Network World Editor in Chief John Dix recently stopped by his office to get his take on where they stand and what comes next.

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