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Amazon has quietly released a game-changer for its cloud: Linux software that runs on corporate servers (AMZN, RHT)

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos
Reuters Amazon’s cloud business quietly just took a big step outside the
cloud. Last month, soon after Amazon Web Service’s giant tech
conference, the company started offering its enterprise customers
a new version of the Linux operating system it calls Linux 2. The
new product marks a departure for the cloud computing juggernaut
a�� it’s software that can be installed on customers’ own servers
rather than run from Amazon’s data centers. Amazon will rent access to Linux 2 to its cloud customers. But
it’s also making the software available for companies to install
on their own servers. There they can use it to run many of the
most popular server software programs and technologies, including
Microsoft’s Hyper-V, VMware, Oracle’s VM VirtualBox, Docker, and
Amazon’s Docker alternative,A�Amazon Machine Image. Amazon has quietly released a game-changer for its cloud: Linux software that runs on corporate servers (AMZN, RHT)

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