Tag: KVM

Building a Real Cloud…On My Laptop

By: Zenoss

Originally written and posted on Google+ My colleagues and I have written plenty of times about Zenoss’ involvement with various Cloud projects. These are currently focused mostly around OpenStack and Crowbar, which we use and develop for (respectively). As we’re Continue…

Why Billion Dollar Red Hat and OpenStack Need to Dance

By: Zenoss

On February 29, 2012, Red Hat’s fiscal year came to a close and they are expected to cross an important milestone; becoming the first billion dollar commercial open source software company.  Whether or not you believe they are the first Continue…

Microsoft and Dell’s dive into Open Source!

By: Zenoss

This was originally posted on the Zenoss Google+ Page. Go ahead, Circle Us! It wasn’t long ago that the software giant Microsoft was on a path of self destruction (some think they still are) by pushing to shutdown anything to Continue…

The Platen Report, Episode 2: Why Cloud Can’t Work without Proper Instrumentation

By: Zenoss

This week in the Platen Report, Floyd discusses why the cloud can’t work without proper instrumentation. There’s a lot of about the cloud these days, but the two topics that are stealing the spotlight right now are provisioning and instrumentation. Continue…