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Ubuntu's Koala Food Arrives on Shelves

Eucalyptus. Tastes great on VMware Eucalyptus Systems - the fledgling open source outfit that mimics Amazon's so-called compute cloud inside private data centers - has announced its first commercial product.…
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It’s a VMworld After All — But For How Long?

Will pressure from Microsoft, Citrix and Red Hat prove to be too much opposition for VMware's now precarious lead position?
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KVM is the Feather in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4

Red Hat announced Wednesday the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4, a new major point update of the company's popular commercial Linux distribution. This version introduces official support for KVM and marks an important milestone in Red Hat's gradual transition away from Xen.
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VMware Service Links Public and Private Clouds

The company has launched vCloud Express, a pay-as-you-go service that lets developers write applications for internal virtualized environments and external clouds.
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KDE4, The Anti-Cloud Desktop

Whether you call it Web 2.0, Software as a Service (SAAS), Cloud Computing, or some other trendy buzzword, it still means ceding control of your data and applications to someone else.
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