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Open Source and the Cloud: Where’s the LAMP?

Let’s accept up front that the next Amazon, Google or Microsoft is not going to be able to purchase hardware as cheaply as the last Amazon, Google and Microsoft. That’s strike one.
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Canonical, Eucalyptus Offer Private Cloud Consulting

Consulting service would encourage the concept of hybrid clouds -- open source private clouds that align with Amazon's EC2 public cloud.
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Red Hat To Certify Linux Apps For Amazon's EC2

Move will guarantee that Enterprise Linux packaged with third-party apps are ready to run in Amazon's EC2 cloud.
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Ubuntu Heads to the Clouds

If you want to use Ubuntu Linux servers, and the idea of saving money by running your servers on a cloud sounds interesting, boy does Canonical have a deal for you.
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Red Hat Seeks to Certify the Cloud--Q&A

For all the hype around cloud computing, two big issues continue to keep CIOs from feeling safe participating: security and interoperability.
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