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Cloud Cafe #44 Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud With Rich Wolski

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

In this podcast I get a chance to chat with Rich Wolski, the founder and CTO of Eucalyptus, about the new Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) 9.10. We talk about private clouds, the evolution of clouds, and some UEC architecture. Rich is clearly a visionary and he is as good as it gets in this podcast. [...]

Building a Private Cloud in One Hour

Friday, September 4th, 2009

Build a Private Cloud Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) is a private cloud that embeds Eucalyptus cloud on Ubuntu server. The current release of UEC runs on Ubuntu 9.04 Server running Eucalyptus 1.5. There is a latter version of Eucalyptus (i.e., 1.5.2); however, I didn’t try that for this blog post. In this blog example I [...]

I’m Sending My Kids to UCSB

Friday, June 19th, 2009

This is not a college it is a software factory.  One of Rick Wolski’s (Eucalyptus fame) peers has create some more magic.  This time they took on Google App Engine.  Here is a blurb… AppScale is an open-source implementation of the Google AppEngine (GAE) cloud computing interface from the RACELab at UC Santa Barbara. AppScale [...]

RightScale and the Eucalyptus Team Join Forces

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

Here is the press release. I hopefully can get a hold the Rightscale guys in an upcoming podcast. Press Release…

Cloud Cafe #15 – RightScale the On-Ramp to the Cloud

Wednesday, September 17th, 2008

In this podcast I was able to speak with Michael Crandell the CEO of Rightscale on their recent “Multi-Cloud” provider support for Flexiscale and GoGrid. Micheal walks me through the new announcement and I hit him with a few questions. We also talk a little bit about what they are doing with Eucalyptus, the open [...]

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