27th March 2015
The enterprise cloud market is growing and becoming more legitimate everyday. Check out Nebula's mention in Information Week's article.
16th March 2015
After we announced the lowest point of entry into the private cloud, Network World included the Nebula Cloud as one of its products of the week!
3rd March 2015
Nebula Private Cloud Accelerates Path to OpenStack With Lowest Minimum Node Requirement for Greater Cost Savings, Extensibility, and Flexibility
19th February 2015
Our Nebula employees are vying for spots at the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver this spring. Check out the fabulous 9 submissions after the jump! Voting closes 23 Feb.
22nd January 2015
With the growth of social media and internet virality, businesses are increasingly pressed to operate in real-time.
21st January 2015
Quoted: Gordon Stitt (CEO) "The reason to have a hosted OpenStack alternative...is so that enterprises can build a truly seamless hybrid cloud using the same technology on-premise due to security or regulatory requirements and data residency requirements."
12th January 2015
Convergence and hyper-convergence can help solve the infrastructure complexity problem, reduce CAPEX expenditures, and, perhaps most importantly, can positively impact IT process and operational efficiency. So while some may view these new infrastructure consumption models as a time to get nerdy on the architecture, it is the impact to IT operations and how it drives measurable business outcomes that will matter to the IT professional.
8th January 2015
Nolte says that Nebula makes that easier by not only delivering a distribution of OpenStack that is easy to deploy, but ensuring that it can be easily integrated with Microsoft Active Directory or any other LDAP-compatible directory.
8th January 2015
Nebula is playing the "turnkey" card and is trying to present the image that it is the best choice for enterprises just wanting to get down to the business of provisioning, installing and using OpenStack based clouds.
5th January 2015
Nebula Product Manager
A year ago, I was a student at UCLA Anderson School of Management, contemplating my career options as graduation day fast approached. During my career and my time at Anderson, I’d racked up work experiences at a variety of companies; some as large as Amazon and Adobe and others at small start-ups barely getting off the ground. Without a doubt, I knew I wanted my next adventure to be at a place where I could work with talented people passionate about their company and product. I knew I wanted to work at a place where I could leverage my tech background to work on real-world problems. I knew I wanted to work at a startup.
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