Today, the model of hybrid cloud comes under the eyes of a lot of organizations. The idea of combining resources of public cloud providers with private depending on the terms of execution, the need of more resources, an extra protection of the data, more or less security in services with sensitive information, etc. are some […]
About Jordi Guijarro
Jordi Guijarro, Operations and Security Manager at CSUC (formerly called CESCA), obtained his Bachelor in Computer Engineering at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) and his Bachelor in Systems Technical Engineering at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). Infrastructure and systems architect specializing in virtualization, cloud computing and cybersecurity, with more than 15 years of experience in areas related to Computer Systems starting his career as a Systems Technician in the private sector. From 2001 he has worked for UAB Computer Services as a Systems Engineer and subsequently at UOC as an Operations Analyst.
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Based in its definition, the “Hybrid Cloud Computing” is a model which combines the use of multiple Cloud services across different deployment models, including combining the use of services of public cloud services private cloud outside or inside organization / institution. Most companies and organizations have not been born in the “cloud”, a situation that […]
Date and Time: Mon, October 24, 2016 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM OpenNebula Barcelona User Group is a gathering of our users in Barcelona area to share best practices, discuss technical questions, network, and learn from each other and enjoy. Direct Link Taking advantage of the Opennebula conference in Barcelona, its user group in […]
As you know, the community of OpenNebula is an important pillar for the project. Opennebula community through the distribution lists and forums can express their questions, requests, or contribute with new ideas to the developers. This information is very useful and can contribute by helping other users or develop new features. However, OpenNebula project thought […]