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Charlie Babcock
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10/16/2014 | 4:56:15 PM
OpenStgack broad participation continues
Nebula's Chris Kemp pointed out in a tweet earlier today that OpenStack has 1,419 developer contributors for Juno, representing 133 different companies.
Lorna Garey
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10/16/2014 | 3:01:09 PM
Re: OpenStack improves object storage
I'm not sure OpenStack is doing itself any favors by appropriating established terms and making them mean something different in context of implementing its stack. 
Charlie Babcock
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10/16/2014 | 1:41:35 PM
OpenStack improves object storage
Right, Lorna. Juno makes Object Storage into a more differentiated and manageable component of OpenStack. But there's still much work needed to make those components easier to implement together, many decisions left to the implementer. OpenStack makes it clear that flexibility in assembling a big project is good only up to a pont.
Lorna Garey
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10/16/2014 | 12:39:49 PM
Erm, maybe a new name needed?
"OpenStack Object Storage has been given a policy control that allows different pools of objects to be created rather than a simple undifferentiated mass of objects. "We tend to think of object storage as a low-cost way to store massive amounts of data,"

Well, yes. The term "object storage" to me means storing the data itself as cheaply as possible while keeping metadata on top-tier storage, thus allowing users to search and request that files (or whatever) be retrieved. What this does sounds like a different beast, no?


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