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    TopStack = OpenStack + API Amazon AWS

    TopStack enables applications to seamlessly move between public and private clouds. Because TopStack is API compatible with the Amazon services, solutions built on Amazon can easily be run in the comfort of your own data center or in another cloud or hosting provider. If you want to move them back to the cloud – you have your choice of running in AWS or running in an OpenStack public cloud provider with TopStack.


    TopStack enables I.T. users to self-service provision key infrastructure elements and platforms in seconds. The services ease operational overhead by enabling automated configuration, patching and monitoring. Each service is designed to leverage the AWS RESTful interface to ensure consistency with the market leading cloud platform. Web developers who use common frameworks such as MySQL, Apache TomCat, Memcached and HAProxy will find our services invaluable for faster software releases, increased availability and decreased operational costs.
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    TopStack Load Balancing Service is an ACE for Amazon’s Elastic Load Balancer.


    TopStack RDS is an ACE for Amazon’s Relational Database Services.


    TopStack DNS 53 Service is an ACE for Amazon’s Route 53.



    Amazon Compatible Environments (ACE) are solutions developed by 3rd parties that adhere to the Amazon Web Services API’s and offer an alternative implementation to one or more services.
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    Cloudscaling Updates OpenStack, Supports Amazon APIs

    Aggressive OpenStack vendor partners with Juniper for virtual networking, declares Amazon "de facto standard."

    Cloudscaling, an experienced OpenStack implementer, has launched the 2.5 release of its Open Cloud System with advanced networking capability for building virtual, private clouds.

    Cloudscaling CTO Randy Bias said the 2.5 system is the third major release of Open Cloud System and will be available by mid-summer. "We're very focused on solving the networking problem in these new private clouds," he said.

    To do so, the cloud management software has to be able to apply a virtual networking layer on top of today's physical networks. Open Cloud System in its 2.5 release supports the creation of virtual networks and assigns them to newly created virtual machines, Bias said.

    Cloudscaling has teamed up with Juniper Networks to supply virtual nets through Juniper's virtual network control technology. Juniper is attempting to leap out in front of the software-defined networking (SDN) parade through its acquisition of Contrail in December. Contrail set something of a record when it was acquired for $176 million two days after it was launched as the latest SDN brain trust.

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    Bias said Juniper's resulting approach to SDN will allow it use standard network protocols, but create a centralized, virtual networking layer on top of existing network equipment. The network control console of that layer will bring many new features of virtualized networking to that equipment and allow "an any-to-any network fabric." A fuller implementation will come with the 3.0 version of Open Cloud System, he said, but there is still no timeframe for when 3.0 will emerge.

    The 2.5 release includes enhancements to its Block Storage used by running virtual machines. Snapshots of Block Storage data can be taken and then stored in the longer term Object Storage service of Open Cloud System. The snapshots form a front line of protection against data loss and allow recoveries to occur quickly up to a certain point in time. They can also be used to copy a running virtual machine and launch a new instance, if one is needed, Bias said.

    Open Cloud System is a complete system of integrated parts, "the only OpenStack product that delivers this," Bias said, a comment likely to be challenged by OpenStack suppliers, such as Nebula, which also claim to provide a complete system with hardware as well as Cloudscaling's software.

    Cloudscaling has evolved into a cloud system company from a cloud design and architecture company that designed Korea Telecom's cloud, the largest in South Korea,. More recently, Cloudscaling customers have included video game giant Ubisoft, social networking site LivingSocial and IT outsourcer IBS DataFort.

    Its 2.5 release offers the primary components of the recent Grizzly version of OpenStack, including Nova compute, Swift file storage, Cinder block storage, Glance image management and Keystone identity management and access control. It also supports Quantum, the new and rapidly evolving networking API platform inside OpenStack that will allow many networking vendors to plug virtual network management applications into the OpenStack-based cloud.

    Bias said Cloudscaling believes Google Compute Engine and Amazon Web Services will become the dominant, public cloud APIs in the future. Amazon's are "already a de facto standard" that private cloud builders can ill afford to ignore. So the 2.5 release of Open Cloud System supports the APIs of both OpenStack and Amazon, he said.
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