Thoughts on VMworld 7.0 and Virtualization 2.0

This article was originally posted on the VMware vCloud corporate blog. I am re-posting here for the convenience of the readers of my personal blog.

Yes that’s right, it’s the 7th year of VMworld. The event started years back as a small gathering of a few hundreds geeks. At least . . . → Read More: Thoughts on VMworld 7.0 and Virtualization 2.0

Open standards, open source, OpenStack and the TCPIP of Cloud APIs

A few weeks ago Rackspace and NASA announced an initiative called OpenStack aimed at providing an(other) open source alternative for building public and private clouds. This generated some reactions in the open source community like this one from the OpenNebula team. By the way do not confuse OpenNebula, one of the other open . . . → Read More: Open standards, open source, OpenStack and the TCPIP of Cloud APIs