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Submission + - Google Compute Engine open to the public

An anonymous reader writes: After over a year of testing, Google has opened Compute Engine to the general public. Google's Infrastructure As A Service offering will be able to run any standard Linux distribution (including SELinux and CoreOS) as well as any kernel or software you like, including Docker, FOG, xfs and aufs. Support for FreeBSD has also been announced.

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Google Compute Engine open to the public

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