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Emilien is a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat, who has contributed to several OpenStack projects but mostly to Puppet OpenStack Project, on which he's the current Project Technical Leader. When he isn't working to make OpenStack deployement simpler, faster, stronger, he's improving his running stats, doing some winter sports or traveling.

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  1. Jenny
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    NO! Linux is an operating sysetm. Anything cloud is a loose term for providing remote services for client computers. This can include remote access to programs or storage. Hosting on Linux means the machine runs the Linux operating sysetm, which is 80 % of the Internet. Cloud services are run over some hosts as an extra.References :

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