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Linux.com: Bringing the Open Cloud to Las Vegas: The CloudStack Collaboration Conference
Wednesday, 03 October 2012 04:58   

"Most of the work in open source communities takes place over mailing lists, IRC, code repositories, and ticketing systems. In other words, efficient collaboration tools that let folks from all over the world work together without having to be in the same location. But face-to-face meetings are valuable too, which is why we’re putting together the CloudStack Collaboration Conference this fall."

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Remi Bergsma's Blog: How I replaced the CloudStack Virtual Router with my own physical Linux router
Sunday, 30 September 2012 00:00   

"Back in March I wrote a blog on how to create a network without a Virtual Router.  I received a lot of questions about it. It’s also a question that pops up now and then on the CloudStack forums. In the meanwhile I’ve worked hard to implement this setup at work. In this blog I’ll describe the concept of working with a CloudStack setup that has no Virtual Router."

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Code54: Cloud Provisioning for CI: Jenkins + Cloudstack
Saturday, 08 September 2012 00:00   

At one of our clients, we are using Cloudstack to develop an internal “cloud” infrastructure, and Jenkins as the continuous integration server. In this post I describe how to leverage Cloudstack at Jenkins using the JClouds plugin. This setup allow us to create slaves on demand, get them down automatically when load decreases, and create single-use slaves if needed.

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Linux.com: Defining the Open Cloud
Thursday, 06 September 2012 00:00   

Last week at CloudOpen we had a short panel discussion about what makes an “open cloud.” Surprisingly, some folks don’t think that having the source code to the cloud service is a requirement.

Read the rest at Linux.com

 
NetworkWorld: Vendors continue to pick sides between CloudStack, OpenStack
Wednesday, 05 September 2012 00:00   

"Basho Technologies is latest to align with the Apache CloudStack platform."

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Wired: Private Cloud Builders Team Up For Tussle With OpenStack
Wednesday, 05 September 2012 00:00   

"On Wednesday, in an effort catch your attention, two companies building on-premise alternatives to Amazon’s cloud services announced a partnership. Basho is integrating its Amazon Simple Storage System (S3) compatible product RiakCS with Apache CloudStack, an open source private cloud system backed by Citrix."

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GigaOm: Basho Joins Apache CloudStack Effort
Wednesday, 05 September 2012 00:00   

"Basho says its Riak CS object store will fit nicely into the CloudStack open-source cloud platform. As service providers and enterprises look for Amazon S3 compatible storage, entries like Riak CS and DreamHost’s new Ceph-based store could be viable options."

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The CloudCast: The Cloudcast - Eps.53 - CloudStack One Year Later
Thursday, 30 August 2012 00:00   

Aaron & Brian speak with Peder Ulander (@ulander, Cloud VP Citrix) & Joe Onisick (@jonisick, definethecloud.net) about Cloudstack, getting user requirments into open source projects, vendors vs. users & migration from the Enterprise to Cloud

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Chip's Blog: Beyond 4.0: Architectural Changes Coming to CloudStack
Thursday, 23 August 2012 00:00   

The CloudStack community is moving fast, and once we get through the ASF requirements to release 4.0, we'll be digging into some significant changes to the core architecture of the system.

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Infoworld: HotLink extends virtualization heterogeneous management to Amazon EC2, CloudStack
Monday, 20 August 2012 00:00   

"nstead, the company's next steps are focused on moving to the public cloud. HotLink will extend the platform even further, this time moving outside of the data center to manage Amazon EC2 and CloudStack cloud environments.

"HotLink Hybrid Express is the only solution to natively extend VMware vCenter to public clouds, so existing VMware users can consolidate deployment, administration and management of all on and off-premise resources with a single pane of glass, VMware vCenter," said Jerry McLeod, vice president of marketing at HotLink. "HotLink's unique transformation technology abstracts public cloud platforms and workloads so VMware vCenter treats them just like vSphere hosts and VMs, which fully integrates and manages as a unified pool of resources. And because HotLink natively integrates cloud resources, VMware vCenter compatible orchestration tools, service catalogs and self-service portals work seamlessly."

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eWeek: Cloud Computing: Deploying Open-Source Cloud Systems: 5 Pros and 5 Cons
Friday, 27 July 2012 05:12   

"Open-source cloud frameworks have made a major splash in recent months with big players such as Rackspace/NASA, Hewlett-Packard, VMware and Citrix backing major open-source cloud initiatives like OpenStack and CloudStack. As these major vendors continue to build out their public cloud infrastructure to battle with the incumbent services leader, Amazon Web Services, there are some underlying questions about whether the same technologies are ready for the enterprise. After all, open-source cloud system deployments are only a few years old, without a lot of use cases in production at this time."

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