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Posted by: Colby Dyess | June 4, 2014

Organizations are clamoring to move more data to public cloud. Why? Cost certainly seems like a factor. Writing for GigaOM, AppZero's Greg O'Connor put forward the notion of "Bezos' Law" as a corollary to Moore's Law (the principle that computer processor speeds double every 18 months). Named for Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, this "law" posits that the cost of compute resources declines about 50 percent every three years, as cloud providers deploy additional, more powerful infrastructure. The...

Posted by: Colby Dyess | June 4, 2014

With virtually limitless cloud resources now available at the click of a button (and the swipe of a credit card), companies have more opportunity than ever to build and scale operations to keep pace with customer demand. However, this new paradigm also naturally creates additional pressures to innovate and ensure that teams are getting the most value out of all infrastructure.

"Most companies want the control that comes with an internal IT infrastructure, but with the speed of...

Posted by: Imran Hossain Shaon | June 4, 2014

Eucalyptus 4.0 is one of the biggest releases in Eucalyptus history with several major architectural changes. Lots of new re-engineered components and some behavioral changes have landed with this new release.

Major changes in Eucalyptus 4.0

 

Service Separation

This is the biggest one and probably the one many of us were waiting for a long time. From 4.0 CLC DB and user-facing services can be installed/registered in different hosts. With that said, now it is also...

Posted by: Imran Hossain Shaon | June 4, 2014

Eucalyptus 4.0 is one of the biggest releases in Eucalyptus history with several major architectural changes. Lots of new re-engineered components and some behavioral changes have landed with this new release.

Major changes in Eucalyptus 4.0

 

Service Separation

This is the biggest one and probably the one many of us were waiting for a long time. From 4.0 CLC DB and user-facing services can be installed/registered in different hosts. With that said, now it is also...

Posted by: Colby Dyess | June 3, 2014

Hard to believe it's already June! With half the year in the books, let's kick things off with a little shameless self-promotion. We're proud to announce that Eucalyptus 4.0 has shipped and is now generally available! There are many major new features in this major release, including:

Redesigned Eucalyptus Management Console: The redesigned console has a new UI that merges the user and administrator consoles. It also still allows you to manage both private Eucalyptus and public...

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