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Nebula's OpenStack Hardware Offering Touts Plug-and-Play Simplicity

cloudWith all the momentum that the OpenStack cloud computing platform has, it was inevitable that eventually hardware running it and optimized for it would appear. What is notable, though, is that one of the first OpenStack-based hardware entries comes from Nebula, , the company that evolved from the NASA Nebula cloud with Chris Kemp, who was CIO of NASA. Nebula was directly involved with the genesis of OpenStack itself.

The Nebula One cloud system (with controller appliance) plugs into existing servers and recognizes the services you're already running. The idea is to provide a plug-and-play OpenStack cloud solution without installation and deployment headaches.

 



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