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Has Linux got OpenStack licked? The Vanilla 'Plus' strategy

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Re: Canonical's JuJu charms...

Juju is canonical's orchestration software. It used to be called pipes because it was like plumbing; connecting outputs of some software to inputs of other software. Great for setting up systems with lots of nodes. https://www.ubuntu.com/cloud/juju

A good overview of what's happening with the various As a Service offers is an article about microservices.

https://aucouranton.com/2015/04/10/what-would2-microservices-do/

Microservices breaks apps down into small chunks. Sometimes less than 100 lines of code. Almost to a single function, and that's the killer for cloud deployments; the I/O overhead becomes significant.

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