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September 2009

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: * a blog aggretor from all the peoples that make free cloud a reality for Ubuntu * follow @ubuntucloud on Twitter Find out more

September 2008

Ubuntu Server Edition Features | Ubuntu

Ubuntu Server Edition is loaded with features to simplify, optimize and secure your servers. Take a closer look at a few selected ones:

July 2008

Linux Terminal Server Project

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The Linux Terminal Server Project adds thin-client support to Linux servers. LTSP is a flexible, cost effective solution that is empowering schools, businesses, and organizations all over the world to easily install and deploy desktop workstations. A growing number of Linux distributions include LTSP out-of-the-box. Shiny new thin-clients and legacy PCs alike can be used to browse the Web, send e-mail, create documents, and run other desktop applications. LTSP not only improves Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), but more importantly, provides increased value over traditional computing solutions. LTSP workstations can run applications from Linux and Windows servers. Linux thin-clients have proven to be extremely reliable because tampering and viruses are virtually non-existent. It's distributed under the GNU General Public License, meaning it's free and always will be. You'll find that LTSP has comprehensive free and professional support, and it's developed by a very active global community. We invite you to participate too! We hope you'll take the opportunity to browse our site and learn more about the Linux Terminal Server Project.

October 2007