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[Xen-API] Re: [Xen-users] OpenQRM to manage XCP?

  • To: shreyas pandya <pandyashreyas1@xxxxxxxxx>
  • From: Scott Damron <sdamron@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 26 May 2011 07:02:49 -0500
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Yes, I am actually running cloudstack on 60 cores right now, but the
cost of the purchase model VS. the open source one is really quite
stupid.  They want an enormous amount of money to allow me to make my
own billing system that connects to their API via a web service.  You
would think that if they wanted that much money for it, it would at
least already have a billing system integrated into it.  Don't get me
wrong, I don't mind paying for software, but I don't think they are
being realistic about what they are providing at the price they want.
I understand what OpenQRM does, and to a large extent, how it does it,
I only want to know if it will work with the XCP distro VS. generic



On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 6:05 AM, shreyas pandya
<pandyashreyas1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Wednesday 25 May 2011 06:25 PM, Scott Damron wrote:
>> I am looking for a tool to manage XCP on about 200 cores / or about 20
>> physical servers.  I like the looks of OpenQRM, but it isn't
>> explicitly stated that is supports XCP.  Does anyone know if it does,
>> or if there are other good tools to manage XCP in a public cloud
>> scenario?
>> Thanks!
>> Scott
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> you can try to cloudstack which provides administrative management as well
> as user interface for your public cloud users

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