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HP Flagship CloudSystem 7.2 To Use OpenStack
HP Flagship CloudSystem 7.2 To Use OpenStack

By Barry Levine
April 15, 2013 11:08AM

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Hewlett-Packard will now integrate OpenStack into its HP CloudSystem 7.2. CloudSystem is HP's flagship private cloud solution. The integration of OpenStack technology will enable support of "bursting" capabilities and Red Hat KVM resource pools, so that companies can use external resources from CloudSystem on a pay-as-you-go basis.
 



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Rackspace CEO Lanham Napier said in a statement that his company has had "interest from service providers on nearly every continent to extend Rackspace's proven OpenStack-powered public cloud solutions and expertise to their customers," and that the result will be a "fully interoperable global 'cloud of clouds.' "

Past 'Critical Mass'

Laura DiDio, an analyst with industry research firm Information Technology Intelligence Consulting, said interoperability was the key to OpenStack's rise and, at this point, the open source technology is "past the point of critical mass."

She added that some companies will still want to use proprietary systems, because of security concerns or specific application needs, but companies that use OpenStack-based technology will make it "easier for their programmers."

The OS got its start in the summer of 2010, when hosting provider Rackspace announced it was releasing its code for cloud infrastructure, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration said it would provide its open-source cloud computing project, Nebula, to the initiative. Nebula was developed by NASA in 2008 as a way of providing additional data centers for NASA scientists and engineers.

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