Amazon has quietly released a game-changer for its cloud: Linux software that runs on corporate servers

Last updated on September 8th, 2018

Amazon’s cloud business quietly just took a big step outside the cloud. Last month, soon after Amazon Web Service’s giant tech conference, the company started offering its enterprise customers a new version of the Linux operating system it calls Linux 2. The new product marks a departure for the cloud computing juggernaut — it’s software that can be installed on customers’ own servers rather than run from Amazon’s data centers.

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