Posts Tagged ‘cloud’

ObjectStore + vDAS = Win?

So this post start came about as a result of me fishing for some information from a fellow Engineer/Architect @ another cloud-provider, Kyle Bader (@mmgaggle). Basically, I’d seen a video about DreamObjects’ Ceph Implementation and picked up on a mention of using Coraid and was intrigued.

Kyle and I exchanged a few tweets and he questioned why I would use Coraid behind an ObjectStore platform…. so I thought I’d put my thoughts together and get some feedback. Read the rest of this entry »

Building a Multi-Tenant Veeam Replication Target


Ok, so it’s been a while, but I’ve been very busy building a few new products :) Honestly I don’t know how the other bloggers manage to get time to blog if they’re actually doing work as well, but I digress….

The task laid upon me was pretty simple in it’s definition:

“Provide one or more ways for a customers to replicate their on-premise VM’s to a cloud provider in a scalable and secure manner”

… simple, right? Not so much…. Read the rest of this entry »

cloud camp

Today there was a Cloud Camp in Perth. It was basically a frank discussion among people involved with cloud technologies.

There were people from a lot of different fields and the discussions were all at a very high level. I gained a bit of insight into various viewpoints.

One of the discussions I found interesting was around proper investigation of business requirements BEFORE making any significant change, like moving to ‘the cloud’. This seems obvious to me, however at least in my (abeit limited) experience, it doesn’t happen nearly as often as it should. Read the rest of this entry »

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