Nebula One brings the cloud to you, under your control, behind your firewall. It is an integrated hardware and software appliance providing distributed compute, storage, and network services in a unified system.
If Nebula One really can make OpenStack as easy to deploy as Kemp says it can, we’re likely to see a lot more enterprises that start showing an interest in setting up their own private cloud.Mike Wheatley
We're using Nebula to power the Alberta Rapid Access Cloud, allowing Entrepreneurs, Researchers and Makers to have frictionless access to computing resources for innovation and discovery on Alberta’s high speed research network. Cybera acts as a catalyst for the adoption of promising new infrastructure technologies for Canadians. We see Nebula as the next logical step in the evolution of the cloud.John Shillington, Vice President, Technology
Our value is in the research, in trying out new ideas and getting the results; not in managing machines. You can log into the system and have computing resources spun up on demand. When everyone can have their own sandbox, they're free to experiment at will.Roger Hoover, Software Engineer/Architect
The long-promised Nebula One cloud system — with its controller appliance — is now available. That piece of hardware could distinguish Nebula from the rest of the OpenStack cloud crowd.Barb Darrow
Designed to grow with you
42TB Combined Storage
Cores / RAM / Storage in our example configuration. Storage includes object storage, with replications, volumes, and instance storage.
Users are able to leverage familiar tools and existing knowledge in building their applications. Administrators use streamlined and powerful management software to lower operational complexity and control costs. Nebula One is a truly turnkey solution that includes Nebula hardware and software, plus industry-standard servers from trusted vendors. This system enables an unparalleled economy-of-scale for our customers.
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Nebula One consists of Nebula hardware and software coupled with certified industry-standard x86 servers known as Nebula Cloud Nodes to create a private cloud. The heart of the solution is the Nebula Cloud Controller, an appliance which integrates up to 40 servers.
Embedded on each controller is Nebula Cosmos, our operating system used to orchestrate services and provide end-user functionality. Cosmos simplifies administration for the entire cloud system through a unified management interface enabling end users to provision their own compute and storage resources via an intuitive self-service portal. It provides API compatibility with the OpenStack and Amazon EC2/S3 cloud platforms.
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