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The long-promised Nebula One cloud system — with its controller appliance — is now available. That piece of hardware could distinguish Nebula from the rest of the OpenStack cloud crowd.
Hedera Technology's insight:
Cloud providers CONSOLIDATION is indeed inevitable in regards to the multitude of OpenStack providers and other cloud providers using different technologies, such as OpenNebula...It would be nice to have from Gartner or The 451 Group an OpenStack provider cloud market mapping.
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Hedera Technology's insight:
CLOUD & OpenStack
They say that Dynastack will enter the market as the world's second fully functional OpenStack Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud Provider and the "only", really (would love anyone's feedback on this), provider that is bundled with such a wide range of service offerings...
An early OpenStack Cloud Adopter..."the only platform that gave us the power and flexibility to realize our potential" says CTO Stephen Schuresko from Dynastack
"Considering the rapid growth and adoption of OpenStack cloud technology coupled with the disappointing market entry from other big names in the business, it appears Dynastack's investment will not be short lived nor forgotten anytime soon." must follow this long healthy living company.
Highly virtualized data centers are exposing cracks in traditional network constructs such as VLANs. New approaches that abstract the physical network, including network overlays, are key to providing flexibility and scale.
By many accounts 2012 is the year Platform-as-a-Service goes mainstream. PaaS offerings from Heroku and Cloud Foundry are awash in positive press. Stories of progressive developers adopting and succeeding with PaaS are increasingly common.
At a very high, black and white level, I think two primary deployment styles permeate the landscape of PaaS today: contained and referential. I want to compare each approach, but before that, let me use a few words to describe each style.
I like the interview he had with OpenStack board members and with many members of the cloud ecosystem, trying to represent various types of organizations, an ALTERNATIVE ECOSYSTEM to AMAZON as a public cloud and to VMware as a licensed internal cloud
TOTAL SCALIBILITY thanks to OpenStack Huge & Diverse Community
The real break through: 'when the cells functionality is there, and this will allow us to constructhierarchies of cells of compute resources'
Last month I blogged about the surprising level of hypervisor diversity that we’re seeing in use by customers – as shown by a report published by Gabriel Consulting and based on a survey of hundreds of IT professionals.
AppFog (the company formerly known as PhpFog) has become the latest enthusiastic adopter of CloudFoundry to go to General Availability with a value-added implementation of the open source CloudFoundry.org stack.
Two major takeaways extend from the desire to deliver IT as a service: -The plan and design of the cloud solution is significantly more important than in legacy architectures. To realize maximum benefit, you need to plan properly to build a services-oriented framework that is highly reusable and extensible. -For most organizations, cloud is best defined as the aspects that provide the biggest benefit to them. Clouds do not come in one-size-fits-all offerings. Rather, organizations apply the concepts and technologies to deliver maximum return to their business results. This is why you see Datalink frequently recommending that organizations "Own" "Your" Cloud.
It stands for platform-as-a-service. At a high-level, a PaaS helps organizations, specifically developers, realize the benefits of cloud computing by providing a fast and scalable way to host applications in the cloud.
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