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OpenNebula 3 Cloud Computing book

OpenNebula 3 Cloud Computing. Giovanni Toraldo

OpenNebula 3 Cloud Computing

ISBN: 1849517460,9781849517461 | 314 pages | 8 Mb

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OpenNebula 3 Cloud Computing Giovanni Toraldo
Publisher: Packt Publishing

Nova – OpenStack Compute; Glance – OpenStack Image Service. By providing virtualized computing resources as a service in a pay-as-you-go manner, cloud computing enables new business models and cost effective resource usage. I agree, telcos will not enter the market at this stage; Give them 2-3 years. AWS API compatible 'cloud stacks' including Eucalyptus, Open Nebula, and others; Cloud management systems for the AWS APIs and services such as RightScale and enStratus; Cloud services layered on top of AWS services such as Jungle Disk (S3), . Every Friday we like to highlight some of our favorite posts on IT Operations, Cloud Computing, DevOps, Virtualization and anything else that grabbed our attention over the week. I'll try to give a quick overview of OpenStack is divided into three different categories: Computing. Swift – OpenStack Object Storage; Cinder – OpenStack Block Storage. The argument that what we're calling today “REST APIs” are really “NO WS-* APIs” .. Instead of having to maintain their Prominent examples include OpenNebula, a project started by researchers of the University of Chicago and Madrid in 2008, as well as the Eucalyptus cloud software, initiated by the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2007. Recently we started moving away from our original setup plan that was to have an OpenNebula cloud running on CentOS boxes, to an OpenStack Cloud running on Ubuntu boxes. This initiative, dubbed 'OpenStack', should have a dramatic impact on the current dynamics for building cloud computing infrastructure. It is highly unlikely that OpenNebula will go away anytime soon, and due to the licensing model there is no chance the a vendor will get deep control of the project. In the same way that we shouldn't be calling every web-based application “cloud computing” we shouldn't be calling APIs “REST” when they really aren't.

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