Amazon and Eucalyptus Partnership: A Boost for Hybrid Cloud Development

I was extremely pleased to hear that Amazon and Eucalyptus have partnered to provide formal support of their common API’s. I am certain I will not be the only one who finds this news exciting. Anyone who has attended Learning Tree’s Introduction to Cloud Computing course will have gained hands-on experience of working with a […]
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Eucalyptus Private Cloud – First Impressions

In a recent post I mentioned that I was evaluating the Eucalyptus private cloud for use on Learning Tree’s Cloud Computing course. What I am keen to be able to add to the course is hands-on experience to attendees of provisioning resources from a private cloud and the associated tools for monitoring and controlling cloud […]
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Evaluating The Eucalyptus Private Cloud

It only seems like yesterday that I completed the latest revision of Learning Tree’s Introduction to Cloud Computing course and yet here I am working on the next one already. Thats the reality in a fast changing world like cloud computing, the course development process never really stops. The development team is always working behind […]
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Private Clouds Should Not Be Ignored

With the publicity surrounding Cloud Computing it is easy to form the opinion that Cloud Computing means using Microsoft Azure, Google App Engine or Amazon EC2. These are public clouds that are shared by many organisations. Related to using a public cloud is the question of security. What often gets missed in these discussions is […]
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