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  • Blog Post: Automation–Orchestrating the Cloud

    Hello Readers and Viewers! I hope you are ready for this, the next installment of my Building Clouds Blog Video Demonstration Series! As this is a series of “behind the scenes” demonstrations for the automation portions of “SCDemo Cloud” offering , this post and video is a long time in the making. And...
  • Blog Post: Building an Honest-to-Goodness Private Cloud

    How’s that for a loaded title, eh? Not promising too much there, are we? I hope not, because it will mean I dreamed the last 6 months of my life without realizing it. Either way, it’s resulted in a lot of knowledge and content that we are eager to share with our customers. Welcome to the...
  • Blog Post: Designing The Fabric: Introduction

    Enough introduction , on to the design!  Our first step was to decide on the configuration of our fabric; the network, storage, and I/O paths needed for cloud computing.  You’ll find we made some interesting decisions here, but then this is a real project with a real budget and timelines, not...
  • Blog Post: Exclusive First Look: The Long-Awaited Application Lifecycle Management Demo Video

    Building and deploying a private cloud is a big deal for any organization, and to help our partners better understand how create their own private cloud, we built one of our own. What can this hybrid cloud environment look like?  We’ve put together a sneak peak below. This quick video features a...
  • Blog Post: Thank You MMS 2013! (from the Automation Track)

    Hello Readers and Viewers (new and alumni)! I just wanted to send a big THANK YOU and WELCOME to all the MMS 2013 Attendees and New Blog Readers! It was a fantastic event with so much great information… What is in your top 5 list of favorites from MMS2013? And, whether you attended MMS 2013 or not, you...
  • Blog Post: Creating SCDemo Cloud

    “How do you turn a stack of hardware into a fully functioning “Infrastructure-on-Demand” service as quickly and cheaply as possible?” That was the question confronting our team as we brainstormed our next project. Before I dive into that loaded question, let’s provide some...