Ubuntu Server Available Through Amazon EC2
Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 16 December 2008 at 03:35 PM EST. Add A Comment
Canonical's Rick Clark has announced today that the server build of Ubuntu is now available through Amazon's EC2 cloud computing service. Canonical has optimized a build of the Ubuntu Server edition for the EC2 environment and it's currently in a open beta program. Using Ubuntu in Amazon's cloud computing service is free, except for the normal costs incurred when using Amazon Web Services.

This announcement was made on the ubuntu-devel mailing list and additional details can be found on the Ubuntu EC2 web-site.
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