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sun-opensolaris-2009-06-us-west-1/boot_archive_64_7.0.manifest.xml
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sun-opensolaris-2009-06-us-west-1/boot_archive_32_7.0.manifest.xml
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sun-opensolaris-2009-06-us-west-1/hardened_opensolaris_2009.06_32_1.2.img.manifest.xml
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sun-opensolaris-2009-06-us-west-1/opensolaris_2009.06_64_6.1.img.manifest.xml
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sun-opensolaris-2009-06-us-west-1/opensolaris_2009.06_32_6.1.img.manifest.xml
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sun-opensolaris-2009-06-us-west-1/unix_64_7.0.manifest.xml
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sun-opensolaris-2009-06-us-west-1/unix_32_7.0.manifest.xml
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Security Enhanced Drupal 6.14 AMP Stack on OpenSolaris 2009.06 32-bit AMI is a public AMI provided by Sun Microsystems
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Security Enhanced OpenSolaris 2009.06 32-bit AMP Stack AMI provided by Sun Microsystems, Inc.
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Sun and Amazon Web Services opened a private beta program which started on May 5, 2008.

In addition, Sun is now offering 24×7 technical support for its MySQL database running on EC2 and Linux.

Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a Web service that provides flexible compute capacity in a cloud. Amazon EC2 provides on-demand computing, pay-as-you-go pricing, and integrated storage.

The OpenSolaris OS is available free of charge. With OpenSolaris OS on Amazon EC2, you pay for only the compute capacity you use, starting at 10 cents per hour (bandwidth and storage are charged separately by Amazon). You can start with as little as one small instance (currently 1.7 GB RAM, 1 virtual core, 160 GB storage, 32-bit platform) and scale up and down as your workloads and business demands change.