Step 1: Define Cloud“Self-service provisioning of multi-tenant ITinfrastructure and applications via HTTP.”Step 2: Consider Your Cloud Options Public Cloud Community Cloud Hosted Private Cloud On-premise Private cloud
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What about <cloud xyz>? OpenNebula Globus Online Nimbula
Is it ready? Who’s using it? Sony eBay AT&T Internap Korea Telecom NASA Mercado Libre …etc, etc…
Things you should know… OpenStack is a framework, not a product There are several diverse published reference architectures OpenStack can be used for either public or private clouds – but the amount of integration work is vastly different Embrace the community
If you don’t have questions…… then why are you here?