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Report: Ubuntu Claims 12,000 Cloud Computing Deployments

The cloud isn't just a buzzword for Canonical. For the Ubuntu Linux vendor, the cloud is a technology that its users are actually deploying, and Canonical sees profits (at last) in the cloud.
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Lucid Lynx Paves Way for Ubuntu Shake-Up

Release candidate for Ubuntu 10.04--code-named Lucid Lynx--offers a new look, better integration with cloud infrastructure, and features designed to be more consumer-friendly.
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Cloud Computing: How Secure Is It?

Panel of experts discusses what needs to happen for the concept of the cloud to become less of a potentially risky concept.
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Peppermint: A New Linux OS for the Cloud

Peppermint, a new Linux-based operating system with a focus on cloud computing and Web applications, is launching into a private beta this week to a limited number of participants, and will open up later next month to even more. The OS is a fork of Lubuntu and uses some of Linux Mint's configuration files...

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Salesforce.com and VMware Float Mystery Cloud Project

VMforce coming later this month Salesforce.com and VMware will debut a cloud computing product later this month.…...
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