Posts Tagged ‘ OpenStack ’

Why Cloud.com is NOT a drowning turkey

August 23, 2010
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We recently annoyed Peder Ulander of Cloud.com by suggesting when Cloud.com joined OpenStack it was a Turkey waiting for Thanksgiving. We spoke, here's what we said about Cloud computing, OpenStack, Licensing, Eclipse, innovation, billing and a stack of other things.

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VMworld from an Open Source Perspective

August 16, 2010
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VMworld is clearly the largest dedicated virtualization conference, and yet from an Open Source perspective it is slightly disappointing because the VMware ecosystem naturally attracts proprietary software vendors, and also some of the more interesting activities in Open Source are through multi-vendor foundations which do not have the same marketing budgets as vendors themselves. Nevertheless,…

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More on OpenStack – Cloud.com, GPL, Citrix, Oracle and the DMTF standards.

August 3, 2010
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Cloud.com had lined itself up with Citrix by using only XenServer in the commercially-licensed version of its IaaS product, and now is being used by Citrix to ensure OpenStack supports XenServer (which it doesn’t at the moment), presumably to keep Red Hat’s KVM under control and VMware out. We’ve also been trawling through the available…

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OpenStack, an IaaS Platform from Rackspace, NASA and Citrix

July 28, 2010
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Whilst I have been away on vacation, something fairly interesting has happened in the area of Open Source initiatives for Infrastructure as a Service in the form of a new initiative from NASA and Rackspace called OpenStack. You may remember in our last post in this area, we noted that there was a proliferation of…

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