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February 01, 2010

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Rick Parker


Good to see others working on this, I started out with a 1 rack design 3 years ago that included redundant firewalls, load balancers, network and fiber switches, a CX300 SAN and dual R900
servers and a tape library all in 1 rack. Not a server / storage
block but a full datacenter block. https://www.networkworld.com/news/2008/012908-bedouin.html

The latest design I have running is 3 racks to support 200-300 virtual machines. The idea is the same, a standardized documented datacenter design that can be rapidly installed and configured to support RAID at the datacenter level, a redundant array of inexpensive datacenters.

Rick Parker


This is the Private Cloud Management software I have started using, its rough around the edges but has a lot of promise. Same basic
functionality as Amazon cloud. Admin interface to create a defintion of 1 or more servers and a Client interface to view list of defintions and create VMs. I hava list of 40 or so enhancments and feature requests

https://www.platform.com/private-cloud-computing/private-cloud-platform-isf

Rick Parker


Suggestion to add

Dblock - A datacenter block includes all components to create a
datacenter. Routers, Firewalls, Switches, etc.

ThatFridgeGuy

Chad,
Any estimate as to when we will see a Vblock 0 reference architecture? I have a UCS getting installed next week and just ordered a NS-480 to replace my CX4-120 so I am interested in both the Vblock 0 & 1 architectures.
Thanks,
Rod

Paul watt

Someone install a Vblock and forgot to take of the bracket in front of the vnx area. This bracket says to remove before installation. Does any one know the size of that nut

Thx

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