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Cloud computing giant Amazon Web Services has become the latest big name to say it will not be joining up to the controversial Open Cloud Manifesto set to launch on Monday.
The manifesto, which is supported by IBM and others, is intended as "a call to action for the worldwide cloud community", and aims to set out certain principles and guidelines for interoperability within the cloud.
But in a statement, Amazon reportedly said that although it believes standards will continue to evolve, "the best way to illustrate openness and customer flexibility is by what you actually provide and deliver for them".
"Over the past 3 years, …