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On app Carlos Rego
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On app Carlos Rego
On app Carlos Rego
On app Carlos Rego
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On app Carlos Rego
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  • 1. Cloud hosting in actionCloud Expo Europe, London, 3rd February 2011Carlos Rego, MD & Chi f A hiC l R Chief Architect, OnApp O A @ nullmind linkedin.com/in/carlosrego g carlos@onapp.com facebook.com/carlos.rego
  • 2. What is OnApp?The only cloud management software y g designed for hosting providers
  • 3. What does OnApp do?Commodity hardware Elastic cloud On demand resources End users Deployment Billing Monitoring Failover
  • 4. OnApp lets any host get into the cloudVery low entry costs Rapid time to market High density design Commodity hardware  24-hour deployment 24 hour  Optimal hardware use Monthly license  Billing integration  VLAN management F Free first year fi t  F Free support t  S ll f t i t Small footprint
  • 5. Company info 45+ employees in US and EU 45,000+ servers deployed 100+ client clouds deployed Adding ~1 cloud per day
  • 6. Cloud is the future of hosting  Market demand for cloud  More flexible hosting services  P Pay-per-use convenience i  Added resilience  Hosting imperative for cloud  More efficient use of infrastructure  New ways to bill for hardware resources  Higher margins per cab (>50%?)
  • 7. Cloud hosting case study: VPS.NET  The first mass-market cloud hosting service  “Cloud hosting for everyone” y
  • 8. Judah Johns Director o Business Development ec o of us ess e e op e @judahjohns linkedin.com/in/judahjohns linkedin com/in/judahjohns j judah@vps.net @ p
  • 9. The story of VPS.NET VPS NET• The Idea: ease of use• The Vision: hosting anyone can do• The Goal: cloud hosting for the mass market
  • 10. Trials and Tribulations• SAN resources and performance• Rapid growth• Unforeseeable events
  • 11. VPS.NET VPS NET By the Numbers 26 clouds 6 cities 500+ HVs 1 year in: 40,000+ servers 30,000 servers , 9 FT devs Live launchBeta lB launch h
  • 12. What OnApp brings to the table We can focus on de-commoditizing the VPS marketWe can work on features for end users, not infrastructureAllows us to remain competitive in a very tough market
  • 13. Where does VPS.NET revenue come from? VPS NET High-margin p partner deals 40% 10% Rapidly-deployed Rapidly deployed hourly/daily billing Highly p g y profitable due to initial use of surplus commodity hardware
  • 14. Future of VPS.NET & OnApp VPS NET• KVM b KVM-based virtualization d i t li ti• Private OnApp Clouds: • Universities • Corporations • Other industries
  • 15. Thanks!Carlos Rego, MD & Chief Architect, OnApp g , , pp @nullmind linkedin.com/in/carlosrego carlos@onapp.com facebook.com/carlos.rego

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