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Posted by: Rich Wolski | November 27, 2012

I'm happy to see Release 3.2 of Eucalyptus see the light of day because it signals an important shift in the adoption cycle. Users and IT administrators now depend on Eucalyptus for their businesses and, as a result, it needed to be easier to use and with which to live. In the 3.2 release, Eucalyptus includes a number of features that make it friendlier to its users and and administrators.

When we started to develop Eucalyptus, we decided early on that we would make it work before...

Posted by: Marten Mickos | November 26, 2012

If you are building out your internal Dev & Test capabilities, Eucalyptus 3.2 may be just what you need. In a few weeks we are officially releasing version 3.2 which has been available through nightly builds for the enthusiastic user community for some time. The new version has been toughened on the inside and softened on the outside. All in all, here is an open source cloud platform for which agility is a key ability.

Agility means that you can undertake bigger changes faster...

Posted by: Kyo Lee | November 25, 2012

In this article, I will go over the technical details on how in Eucalyptus, we used Selenium to simulate a large number of cloud user workload in order to ensure the quality of user experience in the new Eucalyptus user console.

As covered in my previous blog, Eucalyptus is coming out with a new user console, that is browser-based and intuitive to use, thus playing a key role in promoting the cloud adoption among IT organizations and enterprises.  But, the challenge was to...

Posted by: Harold Spencer, Jr. | November 22, 2012

Reblogged from shaon's Blog: The power of open source is incredible. Don’t believe me? Click here or here Contribution is something that makes open source projects most powerful. It has been proven with Linux a long time ago. Also, giant companies have started to believe in open source. Open source is not just about making [...]

Posted by: Imran Hossain Shaon | November 22, 2012

The power of open source is incredible. Don’t believe me? Click here or here Contribution is something that makes open source projects most powerful. It has been proven with Linux a long time ago. Also, giant companies have started to … Continue reading →

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