From Bare Metal to Cloud with MAAS
by Konstantinos Tsakalozos on 19 October 2017
This article originally appeared on Konstantinos Tsakalozos' blog
When was the last time you had one of those “I wish I knew about that <time period> ago” moments? One of mine was when I saw MAAS (Metal as a Service). Back at the University, as a member of the MADgIK lab, I had to administer a couple of racks. These were the days of Xen paravirtualization, Eucaliptus and the GRID. Interesting times, but I now realise that if I had MAAS and Juju back then, I would have finished with that adventure a couple of years sooner!
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