Nebula in the News
We are the least locked-in hardware company in history. - Nebula CEO Chris C. Kemp
GigaOm, Aug. 30, 2013
Nebula takes 100 servers and turns them back into one machine to run one really big application. - Nebula CEO Chris C. Kemp
InformationWeek, Aug. 30, 2013
Now, for the first time, companies will be able to get a private cloud without hiring private consultants and teams of skilled people.
CloudPro, April 4, 2013
The launch of Nebula One has certainly changed the landscape for cloud.
CloudPro, April 4, 2013
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.
PARC, April 2, 2013
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.
SiliconANGLE, April 2, 2013
Nebula is mashing-up switching and OpenStack into a single controller that can provision server, storage, and networking slices for virtual machines and launch them into production.
The Register, April 2, 2013
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.
GigaOm, April 2, 2013
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.
Cybera, Inc., April 2, 2013
Kemp is OpenStack's most compelling evangelist and a key figure in its genesis.
InfoWorld, June 12, 2012
"OpenStack Is Not A Proprietary Cloud" - Nebula CEO, Chris C. Kemp
InformationWeek, April 20, 2012
Nebula, HP and Rackspace top three contributors to OpenStack
ReadWriteWeb, April 9, 2012
Nebula profiled in Wired OpenStack article
Wired, April 2, 2012
Nebula CEO, Chris C. Kemp announced as No. 1 Cloud computing leader in 2012
TechTarget, March 20, 2012
Nebula named a top IaaS company
CRN, March 13, 2012
10 Cloud Startups to Watch in 2012
GigaOm, Jan. 1, 2012
"Everywhere you look, there's an opportunity to collect more data and then apply a statistical or mathematical approach to understanding what's happening..."
NPR, Nov. 29, 2011
"The OpenStack Juggernaut"
NetworkWorld, Oct. 10, 2011
OpenStack's Secret Weapon Is Modularity
PC World, Oct. 6, 2011
Born from NASA, Nebula Aims to "Disrupt and Democratize" Cloud Computing
Xconomy, Aug. 11, 2011
I predict the software-plus-hardware hook will be a successful business model, if only because scale-out infrastructure isn't easy.
GigaOm, Aug. 4, 2011
Fortune China, July 29, 2011
On Wednesday, it was Chris Kemp's turn. [...] he's unveiled a Palo Alto startup called Nebula [...] to build on the basic OpenStack product with added support, security and proprietary extras.
Mercury News, July 28, 2011
Nebula recently developed a device which [...] holds the potential to configure private cloud computing infrastructure within minutes.
IT Pro Portal, July 28, 2011
No customization, software integration, configuration hassles, or open source wrangling, just a turnkey cloud platform. Nebula is designed for enterprise organizations as it provides strong functionality for management/operations and massive scale.
NetworkWorld, July 28, 2011
All of the IT vendors who thought they were going to be able to make some money peddling cloudware based on the open source OpenStack cloud controller just got some pretty serious competition.
The Register, July 27, 2011
Nebula Attracts Star Investor Cloud
FT Tech Hub, July 27, 2011
Nebula plans to take on Amazon.com Inc. and other big cloud providers with a hardware appliance [..] to enable any business to run clouds on cheap, commodity hardware.
The Wall Street Journal, July 27, 2011
Nebula + Facebook = cheaper private clouds?
CNN Money, July 27, 2011
We hear a lot about democratizing big data, high performance computing, etc. Some are more promising than others. Nebula, by offering a ready-built appliance to bring open cloud standards to any company or organization certainly falls into the "more promising" category.
ReadWriteWeb, July 27, 2011
Nebula's mission is to ignite a new era of global innovation by laying the foundation of the coming "industrial revolution of big data."
BusinessWire EON, July 27, 2011
[Nebula] will allow small companies to deploy data centers much like those run by the likes of huge companies such as Facebook or Google.
VentureBeat, July 27, 2011
The idea is to eliminate the customization required to build most private clouds...
PC World, July 27, 2011
Nebula Is A Quantum Leap In Cloud Computing Industrialization
Forrester, July 27, 2011
Ex-NASA CTO builds cloud dream team, launches Nebula
GigaOm, July 27, 2011