Why Legacy Approaches to Availability for OpenStack Doesn’t Make Sense
At Cloud Expo, Stratus Technologies’ Dave LeClair to discuss how IT can move traditional apps to the cloud without rewriting
By: Elizabeth White
Jun. 6, 2014 10:00 AM
OpenStack has made inroads among companies building elastic cloud environments for on-premise and hosted cloud apps. However, OpenStack and other Cloud OS still have challenges and maturing to do to create robust always-on clouds.
In his session at 14th Cloud Expo, Dave LeClair, Sr. Director of Strategy at Stratus Technologies, will explain why legacy reliability doesn't work for OpenStack; why the answer lies in a software model that separates availability from application and hardware; how IT can move traditional applications to cloud without rewriting and fill the gap in availability guarantees from public cloud providers; how those providers can use Software-Defined Availability to deliver SLAs that prevent outages that cost millions and damage reputations.
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The growth and success of Cloud Computing will be on display at the upcoming Cloud Expo® conference and exhibition in New York City, New York, June 10-12, 2014.
All main layers of the Cloud ecosystem will be represented at the 14th International Cloud Expo® - the infrastructure players, the platform providers, and those offering applications, and they'll all be here to speak, sponsor, exhibit and network.
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