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Reviews
Posted by Russell Barnes
Taking place on the 21st – 22nd June 2011, the 3rd Annual Cloud Computing World Forum is a Free-to-attend event and will feature all of the key players within the Cloud Computing and SaaS market providing an introduction, discussion and look into the future for the ICT industry. Linux User will be in attendance, so we’ll hopefully see you there!

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Tutorials
by Dmitri Popov
Why settle for different web-based applications when you can have a full-blown cloud-based desktop, offering a complete solution for daily computing? If a personal cloud desktop appeals to you, then eyeOS is exactly what you need…

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Reviews
by Dmitri Popov
Does Peppermint Ice, the new cloud-oriented desktop distro, have what it takes to do for desktops what Jolicloud and Google Chrome OS are doing for netbooks?

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Features
Reviews
by Christian Baun
Lots of people fear the cloud because of security and privacy concerns. Christian Baun asks if it’s safe to use cloud services and offers nine common-sense tips for saving your data on and around cloud services…

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Reviews
by Dominic Monkhouse
Whilst cloud is being sold as the newest most flexible and therefore sensible approach, SME’s who are considering the dazzling benefits of having “technology on tap” would do well to consider where cloud has come from before re-thinking their entire IT infrastructure.

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Reviews
by Christian Baun
Need more storage? You could buy a new hard disk, SSD or USB drive. But why not migrate to the cloud and make use of Amazon Web Services (AWS)?

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Reviews
by Christian Baun
You need to process lots of data (more than 1 TB)? You want to parallelise across hundreds or thousands of CPUs and you want to make this easy? You need MapReduce for large-scale parallel data processing. You have lower demands? No problem. MapReduce can do that too

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Features
Reviews
by Christian Baun
Do you enjoy Python or Java programming? You want to write web applications? Try the Google App Engine. And don’t fear, because it’s easy to learn and, of course, it’s free…

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Reviews
by Christian Baun
If you need network services, there is little need to build up your own hardware. Try using cloud services and bring your infrastructure into the cloud. You need an in-house infrastructure? Try Eucalyptus…

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Cloudy Times
Reviews
by Christian Baun
Various categories of cloud services exist. This column brings light into the darkness…

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Features
Reviews
by Rory MacDonald
2010 has already seen a host of activity in terms of new Open Source technology merging with cloud computing environments…

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