By lskrocki on Mar 18, 2009
Yesterday was a great day for Sun. Dave Douglas, Senior Vice President of Cloud Computing and Lew Tucker, Vice President and CTO of Cloud Computing unveiled the Sun Cloud. From an internal view, it feels good to see Sun's power players from various levels and organizations within the company huddled around this effort -- the traction is obvious.
In case you missed it, you can replay the webcast -- following is the portion of the general session where Lew demonstrates the virtual data center:
Via his video blog, Jonathan comprehensively discusses how the Sun Cloud offers storage, compute and bandwidth by cohesively weaving together the use of Sun's open source assets for the entire free software community -- including deployments behind corporate firewalls.
The open cloud API is under a creative commons license -- API info is posted on The Sun Cloud API wiki.
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