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From Kelly Hair <>
Subject Re: Request for comments from the CloudStack project for a article
Date Thu, 05 Sep 2013 17:57:05 GMT
Sorry - had a reply I was working on but a shiny object took away my

In short, the two workload story is important & differentiates us from
OpenStack.   Perhaps not quite the case with Red Hat's newer offerings but
they are still working on that & it's commercial only though OpenStack is
mixed into it.

As for security - with private clouds, you have control over your data
(assuming it's in your four walls.)

For uptime & availability, can talk about stateless management servers &
horizontally scaling them.

Had some other thoughts that aren't coming to me again but thought I'D
shoot this out as quickly as possible.

On 9/5/13 1:45 PM, "Chip Childers" <> wrote:

>Not seeing any responses, I went ahead and replied.
>Here's the article:
>On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 4:30 PM, Chip Childers
>> Hey all,
>> I just got these questions posed to me from a writer for
>> I'll have time to respond personally tomorrow, but I figured I'd put it
>> out to this list to see if other's have ideas on how we / I should
>> respond.
>> Here they are:
>> What does reaching the "tipping point" of enterprise cloud adoption mean
>> for open source cloud projects like CloudStack?
>> According to the report, enterprises increased their average monthly
>> spend on cloud by 45%, and with more critical applications residing in
>> the cloud, uptime and availability are increasingly important. How is
>> CloudStack ramping up to meet this rapidly increasing demand and high
>> expectations for cloud services?
>> What about security? How is CloudStack helping customers keep their
>> cloud data secure?
>> Your comments / thoughts would be appreciated.
>> -chip

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