Matthew Garrett Receives Award for the Advancement of Free Software

Each year, the Free Software Foundation (FSF) presents the Award for the Advancement of Free Software to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the free software community. Previous winners include the creators of notable projects such as Perl, Gnome, Python, Ruby, Postfix, Samba, and OpenSSH. This year Matthew Garrett, a security software engineer at Nebula, was honored with this award for his work to keep Secure Boot free software compatible.

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Former GridIron & Extreme Networks Co-Founder, Herb Schneider, joins as VP of Engineering

Nebula, the enterprise private cloud company, today announced the appointment of Herb Schneider to the role of Senior Vice President of Engineering.

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Nebula Delivers Multi-Site Cassandra Workloads across Private and Public Clouds

Cloudwick Labs Verifies Nebula Interoperability with Amazon Web Services and Rackspace

Nebula®, the enterprise private cloud company, today announced that Cloudwick Labs, an independent test lab for cloud computing, has confirmed that Nebula delivers Cassandra workloads to span multiple data centers and validates multi-site hybrid cloud interoperability with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Rackspace.

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Nebula Appoints Vish Ishaya Chief Technology Officer

Nebula, the enterprise private cloud company, today announced the appointment of Vish Ishaya to the role of Chief Technology Officer. Ishaya, a member of the NASA team that created OpenStack, is a prominent figure in the cloud computing industry. This appointment is effective immediately and Ishaya will report to Gordon Stitt, Nebula Chief Executive Officer.

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Security in the Modern World

Matthew Garret, Senior Software Engineer with Nebula's security team, gives the keynote address at linux.conf.au 2014 in Perth Australia. Click here for the full video.

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Nebula Wins 2013 UP-START Cloud Award for Best Cloud Security Solution

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nebula®, the enterprise private cloud company, today announced that it has been selected as the winner for Best Cloud Security Solution at the 2013 UP-START Cloud Awards. The company was recognized for its private cloud system, Nebula One, which was built from the ground up to meet the security requirements of the modern enterprise and provide peace of mind to those with the most stringent security requirements.

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Using Cyberduck with Nebula One Object Storage

Cyberduck is a very popular free and open source file transfer GUI for OS X and Windows. It also works great as an interface for Nebula One's Object Storage, and people ask us about it all the time! The following is a quick and easy guide to getting Cyberduck up and running with the Nebula One:

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OpenStack's Havana Release, Horizon, and Nebula

Nebula engineer and OpenStack Dashboard PTL Gabriel Hurley discusses interesting aspects of OpenStack's 2013.2 "Havana" release and presents his unique perspective on the challenges and achievements of OpenStack going forward.

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Netflix OSS Cloud Prize Finalist Aurora on Nebula One

Last week, Netflix announced the finalists in its Open Source Software Cloud Prize competition, and among those finalists was a fork of Netflix's Asgard management console--which normally manages Amazon Web Services for Netflix's developers--that would run on OpenStack. The fork is called Aurora, and is the product of a team at PayPal. We took a look at what they'd done and said "hey, let's see if it runs on Nebula!"

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Hadoop on Nebula One with Apache Ambari

This is going to describe how to prepare and execute the creation of a small Hadoop cluster with Nebula One using the Nebula One Cosmos interface, an ssh terminal, and the Apache Ambari project.

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