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From Steve Wilson <>
Subject Re: OpenStack Revenues Approaching $3.4B: 451 Research
Date Thu, 28 Apr 2016 17:03:21 GMT
I agree that CloudStack works and is great technology.  However, OpenStack won the marketing
war because their foundation was set up to do so.  All attempts that Mark Hinkle and others
made to pull together a real marketing alliance to promote CloudStack as an industry initiative
seemed to run afoul of Apache rules/processes/organization.

This is an area where CloudStack could really do better.


From: Will Stevens <<>>
Reply-To: "<>"
Date: Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 7:39 AM
To: "<>" <<>>
Subject: Re: OpenStack Revenues Approaching $3.4B: 451 Research

Openstack is just bitter because they still don't have a product that works and our product
works just fine.  Just goes to show that more money doesn't always solve the problem...  :)
 All that money and almost no success stories.  Kind of sad really...

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 1:09 AM, Madan Ganesh Velayudham <<>>

Just bumped onto this article, thought of sharing:

The decision to turn over OpenStack to a foundation in 2012 stands in contrast to the CloudStack
platform and its parent, Citrix. Citrix donated<>
CloudStack to the Apache Software Foundation, but it was never set up with the same true,
multi-stakeholder, stand-alone foundation as OpenStack's.

"If Citrix would have done a foundation around CloudStack, we would now be at a Cloudstack
Summit, not OpenStack Summit," Sadowski said." Sadowski said.

The bold highlighted line was hurting a little bit!


Madan Ganesh Velayudham
Founder & CEO

Cloud Governance, Analytics, Management Simplified with ActOnCloud!<>

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