FOSS-Cloud - Virtualization- and Cloud-Services

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The FOSS-Cloud is a Software, which enables you, to build your own Private or your Public-Cloud. The FOSS-Cloud environment (software and hardware) is an integrated and redundant server infrastructure to provide cloud-Services, Windows or Linux based SaaS, Terminal Server, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) or virtual server-environmens. It makes virtual machines available, which can be accessed from internally as well as from the Internet. FOSS-Cloud covers all of the aspects of an Open Source IT environment.

http://www.foss-cloud.org
http://sourceforge.net/projects/foss-cloud

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