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Hi Young,

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On Thursday November 17, 2011, Young h Oh wrote:
> Hi All,
> I would  like to introduce new VCL provisioning module for IBM SmartCloud
> Provisioning (formerly IBM Service Agility Accelerator for Cloud (ISAAC) or
> High Scale Low Touch (HSLT)) in VCL.
> IBM SmartCloud Provisioning is a true IaaS (Infrastructure As A Service)
> solution that can reduce costs and offer near-zero downtime and automated
> recovery. This provides new solution that provides quick cloud deployment
> and features automated provisioning, parallel scalability and integrated
> fault tolerance to increase operational efficiency and respond to user
> needs. It also provides the foundation to integrate more advanced cloud
> capabilities such as cloud service management capabilities.
> For more detail information about IBM SmartCloud Provisioning, please visit
> the following website.
> http://www-01.ibm.com/software/tivoli/products/smartcloud-provisioning/
> To take the advantages of the advanced features in IBM SmartCloud
> Provisioning, I write the new VCL provisioning module called hslt.pm (hslt
> stands for high scale low touch and is the former name of IBM SmartCloud
> Provisioning). The new module can use the fast cloud deployment feature to
> achieve the fast reservation. This can be achieved by making paths (i.e.,
> copying links of images) to the virtual machine images in storage nodes
> instead of coping images from original directory to instance directory in
> NFS systems. For the detailed information about this module, please visit
> the Apache VCL jira issues (VCL-537) on
> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/VCL. I will keep update the issue if
> necessary.
> Please feel free to contact me if you have questions. Thank you.
> Best regards,
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
> Young Hyun Oh
> IBM, Tivoli CTO Technology and Architecture
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