Thursday, 11 February 2010

Oracle Shoots Down Sun Cloud

Amazon's EC2 and S3 have nothing to fear from Sun. Oracle says it's going to blow the Amazon-aping Sun Open Cloud away. It doesn't want to pursue the on-demand service, announced last March, a month before Oracle agreed to buy Sun, and promised for the summer, as a worldwide public cloud using OpenSolaris, Linux, Windows, Sun Grid Engine, ZFS, MySQL and Java running on Sparc and x86 blades complete with open APIs.

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