Posts Tagged ‘ Cloud ’

Nimbula 1.5 delivers federated IaaS

October 17, 2011
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Nimbula is an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) software stack analogous in its target market and its business model to commercial software like vCloud. It sits alongside a number of open source software products like Eucalyptus, Cloud.com (Citrix) and OpenStac k(Rackspace et al.) as well as the Amazon Web Service, and other hosted services.

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State of Secure Multitenancy Today

September 30, 2011
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On 9/22 was held the Virtualization Security Podcast featuring Anil Karmel, Solutions Architect at Los Alamos National Library (LANL), to discuss their implementation of secure multi-tenant Cloud. LANL makes extensive use of the entire VMware product suite from vCloud Director down to the vShield components to implement their SMT cloud. They have also added into…

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Cumulogic Launches Highly Diverse PaaS Cloud

August 9, 2011
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Over the last few months we have identified a trend towards "diversity" in the PaaS provider marketplace. Platform as a Service has become Platforms as a Service, the providers are offering multiple choices at each layer of the platform infrastructure, and seeing their role as automating the provisioning of properly-configured instances as required at each…

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PaaS Platform experience – Red Hat OpenShift

July 20, 2011
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As mentioned in a couple of recent posts, I have been building a prototype application using Open Source technologies that I plan to install on a number of available PaaS cloud platforms. The application is written in Groovy (with some bits in Java) and built on the Grails framework. This article is about my use…

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Red Hat releases MRG 2.0 – messaging for the cloud.

June 27, 2011
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Red Hat's Cloud is to play at all levels in the stack, from IaaS and PaaS through to hypervisor and of course operating system. Each layer is comparable to offerings from competitors.except for MRG - Messaging Realtime and Grid, of which version 2.0 has just been released.

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Microsoft relaxes licensing rules to elevate its customers to the cloud

June 16, 2011
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Microsoft is making changes to its licensing policies to provide enterprise customers with a fast track to the cloud. The changes dubbed "License Mobility" announced at the Microsoft Hosting Summit in March this year,will move will allow customers with Software Assurance to move their applications to a cloud services provider without paying a premium for…

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Citrix announces IaaS Project Olympus built on OpenStack

May 31, 2011
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One of the most intriguing names that has hitherto been at the periphery of the OpenStack initiative is Citrix. Up until last week, Citrix's contribution was to ensure OpenStack ran on XenServer. However, this week at it's Synergy event, Citrix made some more sigificant announcements about Project Olympus, through which it aims to provide (in…

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Why would a Developer choose VMware?

May 20, 2011
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It is interesting to see Edward’s comment that according to EMC/VMware, widespread production deployment of Cloud Apps is 3-5 years off. If that is the case the VMware CloudFoundry initiative should be focused on cutting-edge development rather than porting existing apps, and in much the same way that Microsoft has always courted developers, CloudFoundry should…

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Can the Vendors Eat Their Own Dog Food on Cloud Billing?

May 17, 2011
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I keep hearing we are now in a Cloud based world, I keep hearing that to “Do Cloud” properly you need to bill like a utility company, small standing charge and then a price per unit used cost.

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