Canonical Set to Release Ubuntu 9.10 Server Edition

There’s news out of Canonical today that the release of Ubuntu 9.10 Server Edition — codenamed Karmic Koala — is just around the corner. It’s the greenest release yet, with a heavy emphasis on power management and cloud computing tools.

Ubuntu 9.10 includes Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC), a system designed to help users build and support private clouds. It’s underlying technology relies on Eucalyptus, an open source infrastructure for implementing cloud computing on clusters.

“Ubuntu 9.10 Server Edition puts Ubuntu users at a unique advantage in being able to quickly and simply deploy and manage cloud environments. We strongly believe that businesses which are already embracing virtualized environments, will take the next logical step to these self-service, super-efficient architectures and that Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud will be at the heart of that effort,” Canonical’s Director of Corporate Services, Steve George said in a statement.

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