This is a crucial addition to CloudCentral’s current storage offerings and introduces the Software Defined Storage business model, which separates ownership of hardware and software, allowing customers a far wider choice of software vendors. Continue reading “CloudCentral Acquires Software Defined Storage IP”
CloudCentral is proud to announce that we are the major event sponsor for this month’s AIIA Canberra Managers Forum featuring Bruce Thompson, Chief Knowledge Officer of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
Our sponsorship of this months event has major significance as CloudCentral is set to announce several new service offerings focussed on Big Data, Analytics and Open Data.
Big Data, Analytics and Open Data are obviously highly topical subjects right now, with the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) recently releasing their Big Data issues paper.
CloudCentral is looking to address the current gaping hole for Big Data, Analytics and Open Data cloud solutions in the Australian marketplace. We look forward to releasing more details on our strategies and services over the coming weeks.
CloudCentral is proud to announce that we’re sponsoring the Linux.conf.au 2013 Canberra Open Cloud Meetup Drinks.
Everyone is welcome to attend to catchup and discuss the latest trends in Open Cloud Computing, including OpenStack, CloudStack, and more.
CloudCentral is sponsoring the event with a $250 bar tab, see you there! :)
Location: The Uni Pub, London Circuit, Canberra City ACT
Date/Time: Tuesday 29th of January @ 7pm
Today I delivered a presentation about open cloud standards, what they are, and why they matter.
Please take a look at our slide deck and feel free to send us any questions, comments and other feedback you might have.
We have also announced that we are launching our OpenStack Compute API for our cloud compute service. This makes Cloud Central the first provider in Australia to implement an open cloud standard, and also the first OpenStack API compatible cloud in Australia!
Check out the sides here: