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10 September 2009 09:00

Ubuntu Cloud Planet

Ubuntu Cloud Planet Ubuntu Cloud Planet - http://www.ubuntu.com/cloud John M. Willis: My Response to Señor Cloud 09-09-2009 23:01 I received an interesting email tonight. I am sure many of you will receive a similar email from Señor Cloud. Here is my email back to this kind fellow… Señor Cloud, Interesting marketing approach. Next time let me help you write the script and I will help you, how you say, mucho more funnier… Vaya Con Dias Señor Botchagalup’e On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 9:43 PM, Señor Cloud senorcloud@gmail.com wrote:

10 September 2009 08:45

Ubuntu Cloud Planet

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Ubuntu Cloud Planet The Ubuntu Cloud Planet is a window into the world, work and lives of those that work on making Ubuntu the best cloud platform there is. If you would like your feed to be included on this planet, please make yourself known on the cloud mailing list. Updated on September 10, 2009 07:50 AM, UTC.

Ubuntu Cloud (ubuntucloud) on Twitter

ubuntucloud followingFollowing You follow ubuntucloud ubuntucloud's tweets appear in your timeline. You are now following ubuntucloud. 1. RT @WorksWithU Canonical’s Ubuntu Cloud Strategy http://bit.ly/MTzQ6 !ubuntucloud #cloudcomputing #ubuntu

10 September 2009 08:15

Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud | Ubuntu

* Ubuntu Server Edition comes with basic 'Cloud Administrator' tools for system management and a web-based interface for cloud configuration. * Ubuntu Server Edition is compatible with popular cloud management tools. Technical Requirements Recommended minimum specification of a dual-core 2.2 GHz processor with virtualization extension (Intel-VT or AMD-V), 4GB RAM and 100 GB hard drive. Getting Started Implementing Ubuntu Cloud Computing is open to anyone who wants to give it a try. It's simple and easy. You need to download Ubuntu 9.04 Server Edition first, then just follow the Eucalyptus section of the help wiki. Getting help and further information You can get help from Canonical's Technical support or ask for help on: * the Ubuntu-Cloud community mailing list * the IRC channel #ubuntu-server on Freenode To keep up to date on Ubuntu cloud activities, watch: * cloud.ubuntu.com a blog aggretor from all the peoples that make free cloud a reality for Ubuntu * follow @ubuntucloud on Twitter Find out more

Karmic Koala Alpha 5 | Ubuntu

Ubuntu UEC Alpha 5 includes alpha images for the Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) and Amazon's EC2. You can try out the latest Karmic server alpha instantly on EC2 using a preconfigured AMI, or download an image and put it into your own cloud with UEC. For information on using Ubuntu UEC on Amazon EC2, see the EC2 Starter's Guide.