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Review: Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud

If you're building an internal or private cloud, Canonical wants you to use Ubuntu Linux 10.04 as your operating system of choice. To that end, the newest version of Ubuntu includes a feature set called Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud. In keeping with its open source pedigree, Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud is in...
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Capellas To Lead EMC-Cisco Cloud Venture

The former Compaq CEO will serve as the point man for Acadia, the new joint venture designed to help enterprise customers run virtualization software throughout their data centers.
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Why IBM's New Cloud Lab Is A Good Idea

Just the other day, we discussed the fact that while there are many open source initiatives surrounding cloud computing...
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Cloud.com Unveils Open IaaS Platform

A newly rechristened Cloud.com on Tuesday unveiled its CloudStack Platform, an integrated software so...
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Put Your Servers in the Cloud with Amazon EC2 and Ubuntu

Cloud services are all the rage today, although some of my fellow Linux Journal staffers may scoff when they hear me say that...
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