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How 3 Companies Are Using Node.js

Node.js is still all the rage on the Web. But how is it actually being put to use? It's still in its early stages of development, so in many ways its dangerous for production use. None the less, a few companies are already using it. Kevin McCarthy talked to three...

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Extensive Benchmarks Of Amazon's EC2 Compute Cloud

Last month we delivered our first benchmarks of the Amazon EC2 Cloud, but those initial tests were limited to just a few of their cloud computing instances due to failures with the Ubuntu EC2 operating system on their other compute instances. Earlier this month we then showed how the Amazon...

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Behind the Cloud Redux

Cloud computing is the hot buzz phrase. But as both Shawn Powers and I have pointed out, cloud computing is not a new technology, or even a new implementation of new technology.

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Eucalyptus Systems Partners with Red Hat for Hybrid Cloud Offerings

Eucalyptus Systems, creators of the Eucalyptus private cloud platform, has announced a partnership with Red Hat to offer cross-cloud compatibility and expanded platform choice in the cloud.

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The Open Cloud: There's a Right Way

There is a great deal of commotion about the cloud, and rightfully so, but the noise can be overwhelming. The market is crowded with different products and platforms from the smallest of startups to industry behemoths, a condition that is not helped by cloudwashing and other tactics designed to take...

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