Cloudscaling Bringing OpenStack Clouds to AWS
June 24th, 2013 By: Rich Miller
Private and hybrid clouds are all the rage right now, and one of the companies most keenly focused on this space is Cloudscaling, which specializes in private clouds built atop the open source OpenStack platform. Cloudscaling focuses on making its private clouds compatible with the Amazon Web Services platform, giving customers the option of easily moving workloads between the Cloudscaling infrastructure in their data center and the AWS public cloud. The company just received $10 million in funding from Seagate and Juniper, among others. At last week’s GigaOm Structure conference, we caught up with Cloudscaling co-founder and CTO Randy Bias, who provided an update on the company’s progress and outlook on the cloud market. This video runs about 6 minutes, 30 seconds.
[...] I spent a few minutes talking to Rich Miller, Editor of Data Center Knowledge (and a GigaOm analyst) about what AWS compatibility really [...]