Before OpenStack was even an idea, HP had cooked up an all-blade system strategy and some utility computing control software that it merged together into the BladeSystem Matrix. The software in that automated cloud-in-a-box has now evolved. BladeSystem Matrix now includes some elements of the OpenStack cloud controller and is …
I think you open the glue, sniff it a few times, and then it makes perfect sense. You do get all wet, in any event.
what, no Matt?
a story about HP doing something that Oracle-Sun doesn't, and Matt hasn't turned up to praise the Lord and pass the ammunition? Is he ill ?
Re: what, no Matt?
"a story about HP doing something that Oracle-Sun doesn't......" Your trollbait would be a lot more convincing if you had taken the time to do a little reserach. Snoreacle has plenty of "cloud" products (http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/cloud/overview/index.html). In fact all the vendors, inlcuding Snoreacle, will claim they can sell you "cloud", it's just they all have different definitions of what cloud is. This does not stop them claiming it works with this or that open standard, neatly avoiding admitting that the bit it attachs to said standard by is usually a bit of proprietary software.
Back to troll school for you!
the fact is: if TpM says it on Cloud .... he's the DOG as far as I'm cioncerned
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