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Nebula One Debuts: OpenStack As Hardware
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Andrew Hornback
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4/3/2013 | 2:47:17 AM
re: Nebula One Debuts: OpenStack As Hardware
Sounds like a great product, but I think the buy in point might make some smaller organizations a little gunshy... I wouldn't mind having one at my "day job" to play with.

Andrew Hornback
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Drew Conry-Murray
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4/3/2013 | 1:20:09 AM
re: Nebula One Debuts: OpenStack As Hardware
Glad to see more competition coming into the private cloud space, but I'm curious how well "cloud in a box" products (such as VCE vblocks) are doing overall.

Drew Conry-Murray
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robertcatheycloud
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4/2/2013 | 2:09:04 PM
re: Nebula One Debuts: OpenStack As Hardware
"...a hardened and tested version..."

Curious: are they running a proprietary fork of OpenStack?


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