Zmanda is now offering to back-up MySQL databases to your choice of cloud locations. It's a good move and a great cloud use-case.
ZManda CEO Chander Kent tells CBS News & CNET Technology Analyst Larry Magid about this company's new cloud backup service.
Zmanda, which backs the open-source Amanda software, now lets customers back up data to Amazon's S3 online storage service.
Zmanda isn't in a sexy market, but it's software is slick, useful, and a dramatic cost improvement over its competitors. Worth a look.
The start-up, which commercializes the Amanda backup and recovery software, netted $8 million in a second round.
In this nineteenth installment of the Open Source CEO Series, I connect with Pete Childers.
A sprawling list of companies, individuals, schools, and others join in an effort to spur the U.S. government to use more open-source software.
The Cloud is not even close to being obscured by Sun, but there are some interesting things the company is talking about this week.
Novell is going through layoffs. Surprised?