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Eucalyptus said today that is offering the first commercial version of its open-source software used to create private clouds and that the software now supports VMware, enabling enterprise customers that have embraced VMware for server consolidation to build private clouds on that infrastructure. Then, using Eucalyptus, […]

web-logo-eucalyptus-systemsEucalyptus said today that is offering the first commercial version of its open-source software used to create private clouds and that the software now supports VMware, enabling enterprise customers that have embraced VMware for server consolidation to build private clouds on that infrastructure. Then, using Eucalyptus, they can bridge those private clouds to public ones, such as those provided by the likes of Amazon. This offers enterprise customers an easier transition to the cloud and helps them leverage their investment in VMware beyond server consolidation.

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  1. Interesting! It sounds like a test platform before going live…

  2. The article you have linked to is way back from June 2008! Not really ‘today’.

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