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Build and manage private clouds with the future in mind
When deploying a private cloud, you can start from scratch to avoid issues with connecting to legacy systems. But it’s important to choose the path to the cloud that gives you the interoperability, portability, and choice you need for future growth while ensuring cost-effectiveness.More
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- Build cost-effective private clouds.
- Manage your private cloud with an eye for the future.
- Ensure interoperability, portability, and choice with an open solution like OpenStack®.
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Date: December 10, 2013
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