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Eucalyptus Systems Aims For Private Cloud Dominance

Marten Mickos is working on a joke. He has the opening line — “An ops guy, a VMware guy, and a cloud guy walk into a bar…” — but he hasn’t figured out what the punchline is, yet. Mickos is the former CEO of MySQL AB. Today he’s the CEO of Eucalyptus Systems, developers of private infrastructure as a service solutions, and he thinks about “The Cloud” a lot. Eucalyptus Systems is releasing version 3.1 of their infrastructure as a service (IaaS) product today, with a number of new features, improved installation options, and a renewed commitment to open source. 

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Dropbox to Kill off Public Folders?

The popular storage service is reportedly ditching its public folders after July 31, telling developers that they should make a change to their application functionality. [Read more]...

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Amazon Web Services Recovers from Partial Outage

Parts of Amazon Web Services were hit by an outage in a North Virginia data center with many popular websites clocking off the Web for the evening. [Read more]...

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Open Cloud Roundup: Open Source Dominates Private, Hybrid Enterprise Clouds

 The open source cloud made waves in the news this week with the results of a RightScale study that claims widespread adoption among enterprises of open source cloud computing services. Those results largely offset the shocker that NASA has abandoned OpenStack entirely for Amazon Web Services. 

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Cisco+OpenFlow+OpenStack = ONE software-defined network

Everybody is talking about OpenFlow, the "Quantum" networking abstraction project that is part of the OpenStack cloud controller, and software-defined networks in general. A lot of the talk has been about removing the hegemony of Cisco Systems in switching and routing. Now...

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