Ocado releases Kubermesh to open source for on-premise cloud where desktop PCs can be used as compute nodes

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Ocado releases Kubermesh to open source for on-premise cloud where desktop PCs can be used as compute nodes
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Ocado releases Kubermesh to open source for on-premise cloud where desktop PCs can be used as compute nodes

Ocado Technology moves ahead with cloud-based software ambitions

Ocado Technology, the division of online retailer Ocado that makes all its systems work, has released its Kubermesh cloud software technology to open source. Kubermesh, claims Ocado, uses contai...

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