To build a cloud, you can just sign up for Amazon's EC2, provide your payment information, and a few clicks later, your cloud instance(s) is up and running. What could be easier? It turns out that running your own private cloud setup inside your firewall can be just as easy and--even better--you aren't paying Amazon.
Articles by Brian Proffitt
October 22, 2010
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Long a holdout, Broadcom has begun to ship Linux drivers for its wireless gear. Will the company start a driver rush among vendors on the fence about Linux support?