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List of cloud service providers

Would be nice to create a list and go adding so people are aware of the options. I am going to start with a few, please feel free to add what you know. (Also I might have somethings wrong, please correct me)

1. ec2 (amazon)
2. open nebula
3. ubuntu enterprise cloud (I believe this runs on open nebula)
4. Eucalypus
5. rightscale ??
6. SunCloud (no its not a pun Linux )
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Google made a list of some cloud-computing services, don't know if its that what is intended to be on your list, but here is the link Linux
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Do we have any Vitual server which can run windows OS on Linux?
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Cloud computing or Computing in the Cloud is available to anyone, anywhere who has access to the Internet.

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