Yes, your new Jackalope comes with its very own cloud. With the release of Ubuntu 9.04 - aka Jaunty Jackalope - Canonical has paired its Linux distro with Eucalyptus, an open-source software platform that mimics Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) inside your own data center. And if you like, you can marry your private cloud …
Eucalyptus or Tonido?
Has anyone tried and compared Eucalyptus and Tonido (www.tonido.com)? Tonido looks pretty smooth and polished.... might better suit my needs for private data accessibility. But if Ubuntu comes with its own cloud service, it might be better supported and easier to customize.
that had me in stitches! I think someone may have thought a little too much bluesky out of the box!
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