Crossing the Soul Gap: A Rational Faith
We're using something called MAAS "Metal As A Service" - a Canonical open source product for managing servers. The combination of MAAS, Juju and OpenStack is what many of our big customers are using. They're paying us to create and manage big deployments of OpenStack on many servers. The servers are managed by MAAS and OpenStack is put on the servers with Juju. So ensuring that Juju works well with MAAS is very important to us.
The servers I'm using are these nice, and cheap, HP Proliant boxes. In combination with FreeNAS they make great NAS devices too.
- Canonical Ltd.Software Engineer, 2010 - present
- Comsulting.deSoftware Engineer, 2009 - 2010
- Resolver SystemsSenior Software Engineer, 2006 - 2010
Michael writes and blogs about Python far more than is healthy, and in the real world lives in Northampton, UK, with his wife Delia.
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