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Dag Stenstad
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Zetta.IO - The Open Nordic Public Cloud
Zetta.IO - The Open Nordic Public Cloud

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Dag Stenstad from Zetta.IO is visiting the podcast this time to discuss the state of public cloud use in Norway. We had a great time in the studio! Other topics include Terraform and hybrid/private clouds with Azure/Cloudstack. In Norwegian.

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Check out the new tutorial on how to create images for Zetta.IO using Packer from Hashicorp.

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Check out the new tutorial on how to backup your Linux servers to Zetta.IO Object Storage using Duply and Duplicity.

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Lots of quotes from me!

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I feel the photographer decided to use the most flattering picture of me.

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The hot nights in Oslo is best used for coding new features for the Zetta.IO public cloud.

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I've been thinking about the newest addition to the AWS family today, Glacier. Seems all details on the back-end is (as always) secret. Any theories?

My theory after 5 minutes of thinking:

Software similar to S3 in that objects are distributed across groups of 3-4 servers, but very different hardware. Cheap commodity SATA disks connected to very cheap motherboards with SATA extenders and wake on lan (no BMC) to wake nodes up. Stacks of disks bundled together extremly tight, without much airflow. Can probably even work without AC; Since data is hardly ever accessed, the drives can be turned off most of the time, and nodes can be suspended to disk. They would only be spun up one by one on certain intervals to check integrity of the objects.

Anyone else?
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