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Posted by: Kyo Lee | September 14, 2014

A couple of months back, my laptop died. I recall the day I brought it home for the first time; still in college, making a big decision to go with the top model at the time, thinking, “Well, it should last at least 5 years.”  — it lasted 7 years.  7 years later, a certified Apple repair person told me, “Well, you should just buy a new laptop than trying to fix this one.” So I did.

Now I have a new laptop, which is currently placed on a pedestal. How fast applications open and close on...

Posted by: Marten Mickos | September 11, 2014

We are taking a big step. The world is shifting from legacy infrastructures to cloud, and everything is changing. Public cloud is driving a new design pattern for software, and data centers are becoming private clouds. In this disruptive change, the Eucalyptus team nurtures 3 big dreams that drive our behavior:

Make open source win in cloud infrastructure Enable effortless application workload mobility between private and public clouds Deliver complete clouds

We believe that...

Posted by: Harold Spencer, Jr. | August 29, 2014

Docker has created a lot of buzz in the news for the last couple of years. At Eucalyptus, we really understand the need that Docker…

Posted by: Harold Spencer, Jr. | August 29, 2014

Docker has created a lot of buzz in the news for the last couple of years. At Eucalyptus, we really understand the need that Docker…

Posted by: Garrett Holmstrom | August 29, 2014

People have to use SSH or HTTPS to push to GitHub, but when fetching one can use git’s own network protocol because it is generally faster. You can make a specific repository on your machine use SSH only for pushing by cloning it with the faster git:// URL and running something like this:

% git config remote.upstream.pushurl git@github.com:gholms/boto

That works nicely, but you have to do it once for every single repository you want to interact with. That quickly becomes annoying...

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