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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the tribe Eucalypteae — a group of trees widespread in Australia.


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  • One potential issue for Eucalyptus is that its product currently does not offer functionalities like automatic scaling and live migration, features often associated with internal cloud offerings.

    Eucalyptus Goes Commercial with $5.5M Funding Round

  • Murray Bail's 'Eucalyptus' is one of the finest love stories I've had the pleasure to read.

    42 entries from July 2007

  • It was introduced into Brazil in 1919 under the name Eucalyptus alba, and the progeny from this introduction were used to establish large areas of plantations.

    Chapter 5

  • It was quite clear why people call Eucalyptus rossii scribbly gum.


  • Extra talent and contributors are crucial as OpenStack vies for recognition against VMware's vCloud software and Eucalyptus, which is compatible with Amazon Web Services.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The Reg that the company has been offering tools for monitoring applications on EC2 since last year, and it has now extended these tools to Eucalyptus, which is based on the Amazon APIs.

    The Register

  • GroundWork Open Source is trying to tackle. announced GroundWork Monitor Cloud Connector for Eucalyptus, which is designed to monitor open source cloud services.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • The UEC technology, meanwhile, uses an open source program called Eucalyptus that is said to enable a company to deploy and test their own private, in-house cloud that matches the Amazon EC2 API.

  • A smart young developer named Jamie Montgomerie created an app called Eucalyptus which enables an iPhone user to search the vast (20,000-volume) collection of public-domain books that have been digitised over many decades by the wonderful Gutenberg Project - and to download selected texts to the iPhone.


  • Sylvia Khan North Hollywood, California In reference to Frederic G. Cassidy's article: some years ago, in a neighboring community, a section known as Eucalyptus Hill was subdivided and sold by a developer whose last name was Hill.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VIII No 1


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