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RightScale Supports Ubuntu in the Clouds

Anticipates the Ubuntu community will be increasingly active in cloud development

RightScale, the cloud manager, says it can now fully support Ubuntu Server with its Cloud Management Platform on cloud infrastructures such as Amazon EC2.

Since Ubuntu is such a fast-growing Linux distribution, RightScale anticipates that the Ubuntu community will be increasingly active in cloud development.

The RightScale Platform now includes a suite of pre-built cloud-ready ServerTemplates for Ubuntu that cover common server configurations - such as scalable web and application arrays, database clusters and grids - and make it easier to deploy, manage and dynamically scale even complex, multi-cloud applications on the automated RightScale Platform.

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