Open-source software hits the cloud

11/6/2008 | MIT Technology Review

Cloud-computing platforms can offer startup companies lower costs by allowing users to pay for only the computing power that they use per month. Open-source software tools take the power of cloud computing one step further by allowing users to customize their interface. Eucalyptus and Globus Nimbus are two leading proponents of open-source software for the cloud.

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