[Openstack] Introducing ZeroStack

Ratnadeep Bhattacharjee bhatt246 at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 28 07:10:54 UTC 2015

Hi Folks, 
We are very happy to introduce ZeroStack - a self healing scale out private cloud solution built on OpenStack. 
Over the last 2 years as OpenStack services started getting more production ready we took a hard look at various deployment architectures and realized that almost every deployment architecture was picked right out of a traditional management system playbook. Thats kinda doing injustice to the OpenStack services that are pretty well designed. We also wanted to offer a complete private cloud solution. That led us to build ZeroStack. 
ZeroStack is a 2 part solution: 
Part 1 consists of a Hyper-converged infrastructure deployed on premise with the management software. The management software includes OpenStack deployed in a symmetric, scalable and self healing  manner.  Its HA by default and there is no notion of separate controller nodes. 
Part 2: A SaaS platform for management, monitoring, and consumption of the infrastructure deployed on premise.   
The ZeroStack solution exposes 100% pure OpenStack APIs and offers all of the core services that constitute OpenStack as well as a bunch of other services. The solution is designed to integrate well with existing enterprise software as well. 
Along the way we learnt some great things about OpenStack all of which we plan to share in the coming months. If you are attending VMworld feel free to drop by booth #401 to know more, else we'll see you in Tokyo. A few of our talks also got accepted for the Tokyo summit - thanks to everyone in the community who voted for those. 
Visit www.zerostack.com or feel free to contact me to know more. 
Ratnadeep BhattacharjeeHead Of Product Management, ZeroStack.Ratnadeep Bhattacharjee

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