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Posted by: Garrett Holmstrom | December 16, 2013

I previously wrote about the big, Raspberry Pi-powered TV set at Eucalyptus HQ that displays the #eucalyptus-devel IRC channel so developers can always see what is going on and jump in if they need to. That setup has worked quite well for some time now, but I recently came up with a way to make it even better:

Googly eyes have yet to fail me at improving a machine’s appearance.

Filed under: eucalyptus Tagged: fun, googlyeyes

Posted by: Imran Hossain Shaon | December 13, 2013

At Eucalyptus, if one thing we care about it is the quality of the product. Our goal is to deliver an AWS compatible software that just works. To ensure the highest level of quality we try to follow the optimum strategy possible in both Development and in QA.

We have adopted Agile Software Development model a while back and we love it. As a part of our strategy, there are several type of projects we open in Jira. After getting the green signal from Product Management, we get Epic and...

Posted by: Imran Hossain Shaon | December 13, 2013

At Eucalyptus, if one thing we care about it is the quality of the product. Our goal is to deliver an AWS compatible software that just works. To ensure the highest level of quality we try to follow the optimum strategy possible in both Development and in QA.

We have adopted Agile Software Development model a while back and we love it. As a part of our strategy, there are several type of projects we open in Jira. After getting the green signal from Product Management, we get Epic and...

Posted by: Marten Mickos | December 12, 2013
Where cloud is heading

In the ideal world, compute power would be available everywhere for the application workloads we'd create. In that world, we would run our services on the public cloud, in data centers, in server rooms, under office desks, in connected devices and just about anywhere. We could choose to know and decide where our apps run, or we could choose not to care. We could optimize for convenience and we could optimize for control.

Today, thanks to common service APIs,...

Posted by: Andy Knosp | December 12, 2013

Many organizations are investing in the public cloud with the intent of saving money and boosting competitiveness. However, a recent survey conducted at the Amazon Web Services re:Invent conference found that IT managers and application developers still regard cost, performance, reliability, and security as the top concerns with using purely public infrastructure.

While public cloud usage is set for huge growth, many adopters are seeking more customizable and cost-effective ways to...

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