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Eucalyptus Set To Launch With $5.5 Million In Series A Funding

Eucalyptus Systems, creators of an open source private cloud platform, today announced that it has closed a $5.5 million Series A round of venture financing led by Benchmark Capital with BV Capital also participating.

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Karma Koala

With all the fuzz around Cannes.. oh wait .. nothing happened there.. that was the most boring event ever wasn't it ... we forgot to focus on where

Ubuntu 8.10 Server Edition Focuses On Virtualization

On Thursday, Ubuntu Linux distribution organization Canonical flipped the switch on free public downloads of Ubuntu 8.10 Desktop Edition and Ubuntu 8.10 Server

Virtualization Workloads, a comparative study in Open Source environments

At the Ottawa Linux Symposium, Benoit de Lingeris and his team from Revolution Linux presented their paper "Virtualization of Linux Server, a comparative

How to … spend your weekend

Virtualization is obviously becoming a better and better documented topic. Over at is a fresh HOWTO on installing VirtualBox 1.6 in ad Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron


Virtual Bridges Upgrades Win4Lin Desktop, Releases Win4Solaris Desktop 5

Virtual Bridges announced today the release of a major upgrade to its Win4Lin Desktop product and a specially priced edition for Ubuntu users. Version 5 of

Thoughtpolice And Its Library Of VMware Images

We just stumbled upon Thoughtpolice, a sys-admin's effort to aggregate all VMware images for Linux (Fedora, Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS) and FreeBSD, as well as a number

Ubuntu Releases “Hardy Heron”, OS Version 8.04 In Beta

After four Alpha releases, Ubuntu has now released version 8.04 of the popular Operating System, code-named "Hardy Heron", in beta. Apart from the boat load of

Techtrob: Virtualization in Linux – Four Software Programs Reviewed analyzed four software choices for linux driven virtualization platforms, now that Canonical completely supports the use of Parallels software in Ubuntu Linux. The article

Ubuntu To Adopt KVM As Primary Virtualization Platform

Ubuntu is the first Linux distribution to choose KVM over Xen as it's virtualization solution. In an interview from UbuntuWeekly with Soren Hansen, the 26-year-old

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