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Which Open Source Vendors Can Afford the Cloud?

Open source is the foundation of most cloud-computing efforts due to its cost and flexibility, but that cost benefit may nudge some traditional open-source vendors out of the market.
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CloudLinux wants to conquer data centres

With its proprietary LVE (Lightweight Virtual Environments) hardware allocation technology, the new CloudLinux distribution wants to attract data centre and web hosting customers...
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Amazon EC2 watcher kick-starts cloud of clouds

Six clouds. One kick Cloudkick - the San Francisco startup that recently spied a latency slowdown on Amazon's sky-high Elastic Compute Cloud - has officially launched its eponymous cloud-management service, a mean...

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Cloud and Open Source Meet to Test Web Apps

Start-up Sauce Labs receives funding to support open-source Selenium project on-premise and in the cloud.
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VirtualBox’s Little Secret: The Command Line

Casual VirtualBox users might not know about the awesome power that lurks just beneath the surface in the Command Line Interface (CLI).

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