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We are only ten days away from Structure’08, our web infrastructure conference. As part of our preparation for this event, our team of reporters & bloggers is finding new & interesting open source projects that are tackling various aspects of Cloud Computing, a concept popularized by […]

We are only ten days away from Structure’08, our web infrastructure conference. As part of our preparation for this event, our team of reporters & bloggers is finding new & interesting open source projects that are tackling various aspects of Cloud Computing, a concept popularized by Amazon through its web services efforts. Here is a list of some of the recent projects and our reports around them.

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  1. Of Parascale & Other Cloud Computing News – GigaOM Monday, June 23, 2008

    [...] we have seen many a few open source projects upend proprietary efforts. I am quite bullish on the prospects of open source cloud projects. Still, the company has garnered some positive reviews from early users of its trial [...]

  2. Of Parascale & Other Cloud Computing News – GigaOM Monday, June 23, 2008

    [...] we have seen many a few open source projects upend proprietary efforts. I am quite bullish on the prospects of open source cloud projects. Still, the company has garnered some positive reviews from early users of its trial [...]

  3. Union Square Ventures Invests in Open Source Cloud Platform | Web News Aggregation Monday, July 21, 2008

    [...] Other open source cloud computing platforms include Toronto’s Enomaly and UC Santa Barbara’s Eucalyptus. There’s a good round-up of coverage on this topic over at Gigaom. [...]

  4. 10gen gets $1.5M from Union Square for its open source cloud » VentureBeat Monday, July 21, 2008

    [...] there’s some interesting startup competition, like Enomalism. GigaOM published a roundup of open-source cloud comptuing companies a month ago. So why invest in 10gen? Google is a probably not an easy competitor to take on, [...]

  5. All_One_Mind Sunday, April 12, 2009

    On the subject of open source clouds, you may be interested in GroundOS. It looks to be competition to EC2, Azure, and Google.

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