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Posted by: Colby Dyess | July 16, 2014

Private cloud can be a confusing term. Organizations may easily conflate it with legacy systems that have received slight, superficial modification - a phenomenon known as cloudwashing - or internal IT infrastructure that simply can't match public cloud's versatility.

In truth, though, private cloud is increasingly cost-effective and cutting-edge. With the right platform, enterprises can evolve their IT infrastructure while still retaining control and ensuring performance. Here's...

Posted by: Colby Dyess | July 15, 2014

As we reach the middle of July, there's plenty to cover on the hybrid cloud front. Amazon Web Services continues to pick up market share and maintain an edge over Microsoft Azure and other competitors. The dominance of AWS, as well as Amazon's recent attempts to push its services further into the data center, underscore the growing range of options that organizations have for modernizing infrastructure to bridge private and public environments. Here are some of the top Eucalyptus and cloud...

Posted by: Harold Spencer, Jr. | July 14, 2014

Various Resources regarding Eucalyptus’s Elastic Load Balancing Service

Posted by: Harold Spencer, Jr. | July 14, 2014

Various Resources regarding Eucalyptus’s Elastic Load Balancing Service

Posted by: Harold Spencer, Jr. | July 9, 2014
Background

From the cloud user’s perspective, the Eucalyptus Load Balancer is a “black box“.  The only interaction cloud user’s have with the Eucalyptus Load Balancer is through the eulb-* commands in euca2ools or the AWS Elastic Load Balancing API tools.   In Eucalyptus 3.4 and greater, the cloud administrator (any user under the ‘eucalyptus’ account) has the ability to access the instance that implements the load balancing solution used by the Eucalyptus Load Balancing service.  This...

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