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Building an IaaS cloud with Apache CloudStack

Apache CloudStack, one of the most mature open source IaaS solutions is a massively scalable, multi-hypervisor, multi-tenant cloud. We'll explore how it works, and how to deploy it.

This is courtesy of the Charlotte Cloud Meetup:


About David Nalley:

David Nalley is a committer on the Apache CloudStack project, and a contributor to a number of other open source projects including the Fedora Project where among other things he serves on the Fedora Project Board. Prior to working full time on CloudStack, he was a sysadmin for about a decade.


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