Nebula in the News
…when I first heard about Nebula, I had a presupposed opinion that I would not like it. I was wrong -- Nebula has definitely impressed me.
InformationWeek, Aug. 14, 2014
Those using the program failed to password-protect it, meaning anyone who comes looking can see what they’re doing, and manipulate their computers. McMillan set a scanner to take a screenshot of every exposed computer it came across.
Forbes, Aug. 13, 2014
VMware is validating the strategy that others like Nebula have already embarked on by simplifying the Software Defined Datacenter story." "This is why companies like Nebula have simplified that process by providing a pre-packaged, hardened version of OpenStack at a reasonable price that can be deployed in a very short period of time.
Virtualization Review, July 29, 2014
Businesses rely on data to maintain a competitive edge and they need a way to run new applications and workloads quickly, removing the complexity that comes with a big data infrastructure.
Talkin' Cloud, May 15, 2014
Synnex (SNX) has been named the first distributor to offer private cloud infrastructure provider Nebula’s fully integrated, Big Data turnkey private cloud appliance to the channel.
The Var Guy, May 13, 2014
Nebula CEO Gordon Stitt says the main issue isn't who's adopting OpenStack or at what pace, but in what form and to what end. Enterprises are rightfully wary of moving anything mission critical, and there are a number of steps involved in interconnecting OpenStack with existing legacy structures like storage and identity.
InfoWorld, May 13, 2014
Security in OpenStack isn't lacking so much as user awareness of its best practices
Search Cloud Computing, May 13, 2014
In a VM breakout situation, an attacker could potentially get access to other VMs running in a cloud. Payne emphasized that there are steps organizations can take to limit the risk of VM breakouts. - See more at: http://www.eweek.com/cloud/properly-securing-openstack-cloud-core-focus-at-summit.html#sthash.Z1axzVkb.dpuf
eWeek, May 13, 2014
Nebula Announces New System Software for Large Private Cloud Infrastructures
Hosting Journalist, May 13, 2014
Everything the cloud stands for is diametrically opposed to what enterprise computing stands for. But that’s okay — cloud promises to free up and expand enterprises in ways never imaginable with traditional systems.
Forbes, May 2, 2014
In his session at 14th Cloud Expo, Chris C. Kemp, former NASA CTO and co-founder of OpenStack, will explore the origins of OpenStack, diving into how this technology advanced NASA's mission and helped the White House ignite a cloud computing revolution across the federal government.
OpenStack Journal, April 29, 2014
The ‘Aha!’ moment – the new application that comes out of nowhere,” says Kemp, “will happen everywhere when people embrace cloud computing.
CIO.com, April 2, 2014
Enterprises don't need to forfeit the flexibility, cost-effectiveness, and agility of public cloud services if they can make a strategic investment in an enterprise or departmental scale private cloud.
InformationWeek, April 1, 2014
Although it may require an up-front investment, migrating physical machines onto virtual ones can significantly reduce energy consumption and maintenance costs
Toronto Star, March 31, 2014
When someone who works with cloud technology, like Linux kernel developer and cloud company Nebula's senior security software engineer Matthew Garret talks about potential security problems in cloud computing, I sit up and take notice.
ZDNet, March 29, 2014
There's a lot more to picking a cloud than the price tag.
CiteWorld, March 28, 2014
Nebula Chief Strategy Officer Chris Kemp says IT must develop private clouds for the next generation of applications. Otherwise, it risks irrelevancy.
Network Computing, Nov. 20, 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
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
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