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Posted by: Imran Hossain Shaon | December 12, 2013

Eucalyptus 3.4.1 is releasing soon, I mean, very soon. So, as a part of testing Eucalyptus Faststart, we used Fedora 19 box to try out Eucalyptus.

Cloud-in-a-vm, eh?

The journey wasn’t so bad, but I did have to touch couple of things that I never used, things that I did a while back and forgot, things I didn’t know and so on. But this morning our QA lead Victor Iglesias helped with the missing parts, in other words the reason of my suffering for a while.

Anyway, so, here...

Posted by: Imran Hossain Shaon | December 12, 2013

Eucalyptus 3.4.1 is releasing soon, I mean, very soon. So, as a part of testing Eucalyptus Faststart, we used Fedora 19 box to try out Eucalyptus.

Cloud-in-a-vm, eh?

The journey wasn’t so bad, but I did have to touch couple of things that I never used, things that I did a while back and forgot, things I didn’t know and so on. But this morning our QA lead Victor Iglesias helped with the missing parts, in other words the reason of my suffering for a while.

Anyway, so, here...

Posted by: Vic Iglesias | December 10, 2013
Introduction

One of the beautiful things about working with IaaS is the disposable nature of instances. If they are not behaving properly due to a bug or have been misconfigured for some reason, instances can be terminated and rebuilt with more ease than debugging a long lived and churned through Linux system. As a quality engineer, this dispensability has become invaluable in testing and developing new tools without needing to baby physical or virtual machines.

One of the projects I...

Posted by: Colby Dyess | December 10, 2013

Why use a private cloud? Many IT managers have wrestled with this question as they modernize IT environments with an eye toward improving cost-effectiveness. There are several obstacles that have held back private cloud adoption, but they are addressable with better guidance. With company-wide support, private clouds and hybrid infrastructure can be front and center in application development and deployment strategies.

Some of the Top Current Obstacles to Private Cloud Implementation...
Posted by: Garrett Holmstrom | December 9, 2013

The FAT32 filesystem is the closest thing we have to a universal standard for passing data around, but with the capacity of modern USB flash drives its 4 GB file size limitation has become problematic. exFAT is a popular contender for dealing with that, but the patent issues that surround it make true portability a pipe dream at best.

Enter UDF. As the filesystem of choice for DVDs and Blu-Ray disks, UDF support is ubiquitous. Appropriately-formatted disks are readable by operating...

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