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James, aka @Monkchips is co-founder of RedMonk, the open source analyst firm, which specialises in developer advocacy and analytics.

2 responses to “Linux and The Enterprise Cloud: A Canonical Gig”

  1. Links 14/11/2009: Linux 2.6.32 at Seventh RC, Fedora 12 Release Imminent | Boycott Novell

    […] Linux and The Enterprise Cloud: A Canonical Gig While I left the sales job to the chaps at Canonical, the commercial arm of the Ubuntu Linux distribution, I would say that the decision by Ubuntu to mirror AWS for the enterprise using the Eucaluptus architecture, based on Amazon’s AWS APIs, makes a great deal of sense. […]

  2. BotchagalupeMarks for November 17th - 14:15 | IT Management and Cloud Blog

    […] Linux and The Enterprise Cloud: A Canonical Gig – Earlier this week I was lucky enough to present to Canonical customers and prospects about what’s going on with the enterprise Cloud market. I was a little nervous because Simon Wardley was on the same agenda, and his cloud presentation is a masterpiece. Luckily he came after me though. […]