Posts Tagged ‘ OpenStack ’

Public Cloud Computing – Economics and Throats to Choke

September 25, 2012
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CloudComputing

When it comes to public cloud computing services that old adage of "fast, cheap, or good - pick any two" certainly hold true. Amazon can offer you cheap, and since they own their stack, a rapid cycle time DevOps approach to support. But you are not going to get enterprise grade service level guarantees for…

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VMware Poised to Accelerate OpenStack Adoption

September 10, 2012
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Last week's inaugural board meeting of the new OpenStack Foundation signaled a change in the organization as Rackspace the driving force behind OpenStack handed control to the newly formed board. Allen Clark director of SUSE was appointed chairman, with Lew Tucker Cisco's VP and CTO of cloud joining the board as Vice Chairman. Members of…

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VMworld 2012: VMware joins OpenStack

August 27, 2012
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Some interesting news about VMWare was made public on Sunday 26th August - the day before VMWorld - that VMware joins OpenStack. This appears to be driven largely by the acquisition of Nicira - and the role that Nicira currently plays in the implementation of virtual networking in OpenStack.

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VMware should merge CloudFoundry with OpenStack

August 3, 2012
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Agile Cloud Development

We suggest that to ensure CloudFoundry's dominance, VMware should merge the dominant Open Source IaaS and PaaS initiatives into a single Foundation.

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Enter the FrankenCloud: Or Do we really care about the Hypervisor?

June 28, 2012
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CloudComputing

There has been quite a lot of twitter traffic about the FrankenCloud recently: A cloud with more than one type of hypervisor underneath it. One example, is to build a cloud using Hyper-V three and vSphere, both managed through Microsoft System Center. Another example, is to build a cloud using Hyper-V, KVM, and vSphere all…

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News: Piston Cloud and Gridcentric Partner to Deliver First Commercial OpenStack VDI Platform

June 27, 2012
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Piston Cloud Computing raised a few eyebrows on Tuesday with the announcement that it was extending its Piston Enterprise OS (PentOS) to provide a platform for hosting virtual desktops (VDI) through an exclusive licensing deal with Toronto-based Gridcentric for its innovative Virtual Memory Streaming (VMS) technology.

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News: Virtualizing the Last Mile

May 16, 2012
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There is a class of applications that is extremely difficult to virtualize. This group consists of graphics intensive applications such as ProEngineer, Photoshop, and pretty much anything that requires a GPU to perform well. Graphics intensive applications make up a list of applications that are usually too big or expensive to virtualize. The last mile…

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News: Piston Cloud does CloudFoundry on OpenStack

May 1, 2012
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CloudComputing

We asked OpenStack recently whether they were going to do PaaS, they said that this was happening in the community around them, and today we have an announcement of one way of doing it: with VMware's Open Source CloudFoundry.

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OpenStack – Is it now Safe to Get Involved?

April 30, 2012
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The OpenStack Governance Model is changing to remove the dominance of Rackspace by establishing an independent foundation. We were very critical of the old model, so we spoke to Rackspace to understand what was happening.

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