"Cloud" software ?
marceloc at espoltel.net
Mon May 28 15:01:52 UTC 2012
You could try sprakleshare, it's something like dropbox in your own
El vie, 25-05-2012 a las 18:41 -0500, Derek Ragona escribió:
> At 06:15 AM 5/25/2012, Frank Bonnet wrote:
> >On 05/25/2012 12:10 PM, Dennis Glatting wrote:
> >>On Fri, 2012-05-25 at 10:11 +0200, Frank Bonnet wrote:
> >>>I'm searching for a "cloud software" :-)
> >>>More precisely we would like to offer to our students and professors
> >>>a kind of private cloud to access/manipulate their personnal data
> >>>from almost anywhere and with almost any devices ...
> >>>( Personnal PC, Mac, smartphones and tablets ... etc )
> >>There is a couple of cheap ways of doing this. First, download the free
> >>version of VMWare ESXi and partition your hardware. Another is to
> >>install VirtualBox, a Type-2 HyperVisor.
> >>Depending on what you consider a cloud, take a look at Hadoop. Hadoop
> >>isn't partitioning hardware but Hadoop and the applications that run on
> >>top of Hadoop can give you an interesting view of these technologies and
> >>how they can be applied to cloudy data.
> >>As for how to get data into/out-of the cloud, let me know how that
> >>works. :)
> >Hi Dennis
> >Thank you for that info !
> >gonna investigate the hadoop way.
> I have built and managed a couple large hadoop clusters. Contact me
> directly for more information.
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