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Eucalyptus@Karmic910

Installed Eucalyptus on Ubuntu Karmic 910. Capture screenshots

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Thoughts on Cloud Architecture in Open Source

Recently one of my friends I met from LinkedIn sent me several questions, about Cloud Computing, which looks like a Request for Proposal (RFP). I post my very personal response here for a mindshare. About Cloud, Cluster/ Load Balancing, Data … Continue reading

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Eucalyptus to be included in Next Ubuntu release

Source: http://berkeleyclouds.blogspot.com/… One of the obstacles we identified in our paper was API-based vendor lock-in: If you’ve written your application to run on a particular cloud, and especially if you have automated management and provisioning tools, moving to a different … Continue reading

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Is Eucalyptus ready to be your private cloud?

Source: http://highscalability.com/eucalyptus-ready-be-your-private-cloud Rich Wolski, professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara, gave a spirited talk on Eucalyptus to a large group of very interested cloudsters at the Eucalyptus Cloud Meetup. If Rich could teach computer science … Continue reading

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Build My Private Open Source Cloud Computing with Eucalyptus

Building a private open source’d Cloud Computing environment isn’t that difficult as you think. Get the code from http://eucalyptus.cs.ucsb.edu and it took me about 3~ 4 days @ my spare time to complete the installation and configuration. This environment shares … Continue reading

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Opening the Cloud

Open-source cloud-computing tools could give companies greater flexibility. By Erica Naone Source: http://www.technologyreview.com/…web&section= Cloud-computing platforms such as Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Microsoft’s Azure Services Platform, and Google App Engine have given many businesses flexible access to computing resources, ushering … Continue reading

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