Linux User and Developer: "Need more storage? You could buy a new hard disk, SSD or USB drive. But why not migrate to the cloud and make use of Amazon Web Services (AWS)?"
on 06/24/2010 – Made popular on 06/24/2010
Linux Pro Magazine: "Amazon S3 provides unlimited storage at low prices, which makes it an ideal solution for storing backups. But to make use of it, you need a piece of software that can actually interact with Amazon S3:"
Network World: "The Linux KVM hypervisor is gaining steam in the cloud computing market, with two major vendors using the virtualization software to create cloud platforms to compete against Amazon's popular EC2 service."
PACKT Publishing: "With Amazon SimpleDB you can scale your application's database on the cloud. We are going to sign up for an AWS account, download and install the necessary libraries, and create little code snippets for exploring SimpleDB."
Tech Drive-in: "GSmartControl is a really useful Linux app to check the health of your hard disk drive. GSmartControl is basically a graphical user interface for smartctl, which is a tool for querying and controlling SMART (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology) data on modern hard disk drives."
Linux Pro Magazine: "The D�j� Dup backup utility may not be the most powerful or flexible backup tool out there, but it does have its advantages. Its straightforward interface makes it dead-easy to configure backups, while the support for the Amazon S3 storage back-end is a boon for users looking for unlimited backup storage on the cheap."