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From Lianghwa Jou <>
Subject RE: Introduction
Date Fri, 22 Apr 2016 00:09:57 GMT

My name is Lianghwa Jou and I run the CloudPlatform engineering at Accelerite. We got several
queries about our plan for CloudStack/CloudPlatform. I will try to answer the question briefly.

When I think about what ACS can be or should be, I often think about AWS. AWS is a very feature
rich, stable, scalable and resilient cloud. It's also really easy to deploy and maintain.
(Amazon deploys and maintains it for you.:) ) I think bringing these characteristics to ACS
can be a good direction for ACS.  As for more specific feature development, we believe XYZaaS
will be an important part of ACS in the future. There can be many different types of services.
We plan to put more resources in this area.

We believe strongly that the success of CloudPlatform depends on the success of CloudStack
We are committed to open source and will continue to contribute to the community.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Erik Weber []
> Sent: Thursday, April 07, 2016 10:58 PM
> To: dev <>
> Subject: Re: Introduction
> On Fri, Apr 8, 2016 at 6:58 AM, Rashmi Dixit <>
> wrote:
> > Hello!
> >
> > I am Rashmi Dixit and have recently joined the CloudPlatform team in
> > Accelerite. I have worked on a hybrid cloud management solution
> > supporting hypervisors such as KVM, Xen, VMware, HyperV and public
> clouds such as EC2.
> > My areas of interest are User Interface, networking.
> >
> > I am really looking forward to contributing on CloudStack.
> >
> >
> Welcome!
> We see a lot of Accelerite people contributing on the mailing list, with PRs etc.
> these days, but I guess I am not the only one wondering what Accelerite is
> planning for the future.
> Is this something you, or someone else, could say something about?
> Where do you see ACP/ACS in five years? Any specific major
> plans/feature/improvements you could share? Will the majority (or all?) of
> new features/improvements you develop be upstreamed or are we going to
> see diverged products?
> All the best,
> Erik

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