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Posted by: Deependra Shekhawat | February 12, 2012

Day 2 started with a real good breakfast. Again thanks to the organizing team for arranging such a good breakfast. I should say I really loved the weather at Pune after staying at Jaipur for past 1 month specially when it is cold.

My prime goal for day 2 was to have the lab ready for the Eucalyptus workshop at 2:30PM. I would really like to thank every one of the volunteers part of this lab setup in helping me get ready for the workshop. We took around 5 machines and setup cluster...

Posted by: Deependra Shekhawat | February 12, 2012

I got the opportunity to attend as well as speak at gnuNify 2012 , Pune. It was my first FOSS conference as a speaker and it went really great. I was there for two days 10th and 11th Feb and was accompanied by Atul Jha one of our Eucalyptus community member in India. Thanks to Atul for joining me in from Chennai and spreading the word about our community . This was the 10th version of gnuNify at SICSR (Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research) Pune.

This year the main...

Posted by: Deependra Shekhawat | February 12, 2012

I got the opportunity to attend as well as speak at gnuNify 2012 , Pune. It was my first FOSS conference as a speaker and it went really great. I was there for two days 10th and 11th Feb and was accompanied by Atul Jha one of our Eucalyptus community member in India. Thanks to Atul for joining me in from Chennai and spreading the word about our community . This was the 10th version of gnuNify at SICSR (Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research) Pune.

This year the main...

Posted by: Kyo Lee | February 10, 2012

Being a system administrator is the easiest job in the building when the system is working; no one questions your presence nor existence. Your tasks are highly under-appreciated during the time of peace, yet you do not mind for such vanity since you’d rather be reading blogs and watching youTubes in serenity. Every once in a while, an idiot cracks an ancient joke, “hey, aren’t you supposed be working?”. But, I’m working, you imbecile employ-of-the-month.

However, the curse begins once...

Posted by: Graziano Obertelli | January 25, 2012

I have been reminded that "We build roads so everyone can drive the car" this past weekend at SCALE 10x. Rick Clark mentioned it during a cloud computing panel toward the end of the conference, Greg was there too, but sadly didn't wear the penguin hat given to the keynote speakers (his talk is online as well as most of the others presentations).

I do like the comparison of IaaS to road infrastructure in its simplicity and obviousness: building IaaS may not be glamorous, yet it's a...

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