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Open Source Cloud Computing Software: Build, manage and deploy private & public clouds


 
Cloud.com helps organizations quickly and easily build, manage, and deploy private and public clouds. Extending beyond individual virtual machine images running on commodity hardware, the Cloud.com CloudStack provides an integrated software solution for delivering virtual data centers as a service – delivering all of the essential components used to build, deploy, and manage multi-tier and multi-tenant cloud applications in a simple to install software package. Because Cloud.com focuses on removing the complexity of cloud infrastructure by integrating all of the key components, customers realize instant efficiencies and without the overhead of integration, professional services, and complex deployment schedules.
With CloudStack as the foundation for infrastructure clouds, data center operators can quickly and easily build cloud services within their existing infrastructure to offer on-demand, elastic cloud services. Cloud.com believes that cloud computing is a major shift and an entirely new paradigm in data center computing. Cloud computing delivers higher efficiency, limitless scale and faster deployment of new services and systems to the end-user, thereby changing the economics of the data center by shifting the delivery of IT resources to an on-demand model.



























Clock iconOn Demand, Virtual Datacenter Hosting
Provide users with a virtually unlimited amount of computing power - on demand
Person iconCustomer Self-Service Administration
Free up IT resources for more business critical needs by delegating administration to the cloud users
Gear iconComprehensive Service Management
Define, meter, deploy and manage services to be consumed within your cloud
Lock iconSecure Cloud Deployments
Isolate compute, network and storage resources by user, location and deployment
Cloud iconCommon Cloud API
Support for common cloud APIs like the OpenStack API and the Amazon Web Services API
key iconOpen Source
Complete transparency, increased flexibility, lower cost and no vendor lock-in

 

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  1. so, fee voting now?? hmmm i should put more photos for mine so as the competition will be fair :P
    bas by the way MINE is still the cutest :P

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  2. by the way u should've cleaned the mug first :P

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  3. Hahaha
    Ghaloosh, Mine is the cutest and I didn't clean it to show it to you in ACTION :D

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  4. where from can I get cute mug as a present?
    i vote for jad too :)

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  5. sa7ten for the tea ;)
    sorry... but her mug is cuter

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