Learn about the basics of CloudStack as related to compatibility with traditional software.
- [Narrator] CloudStack is actually kind of interesting…because it started, actually, before OpenStack…and it just didn't seem to really get the followers…that OpenStack had, however many who leverage it…swear by it and they think it's a good product…and they think the distributions…that are provided by larger companies are perfectly fine…to leverage as a private cloud…and some people leverage them as public clouds.…So that's out there.…It's an alternative to OpenStack…with many of the same features…and it's slow to get started in the market.…
Certainly much smaller than OpenStack,…but as I mentioned, the folks that use it…are very loyal to it and believe it to be a viable product.…So Apache CloudStack platform enables service providers…to set up an on demand elastic cloud computing service.…So it's infrastructure as a service…which in essence is going to be very much like OpenStack,…delivered as a setup software…that you can install and leverage yourself.…So you can become a public cloud provider…and certainly a private cloud provider.…
- Private cloud benefits
- Considering the costs
- Determining compatibility
- Assessing security and governance
- Reviewing OpenStack
- Reviewing Microsoft Private Cloud
- Reviewing VMware vCloud Suite
- Reviewing Apache CloudStack
Skill Level Beginner
1. Private Cloud Basics
2. Private Cloud Platforms
4. Microsoft Private Cloud
5. VMware vCloud Suite Private Cloud
6. Apache CloudStack Private Cloud
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