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On 09/21/2012 09:40 AM, Stephane VINCENT wrote:
I heard that you are looking for a new Hosting Company.
Alter Way ( <http://www.alterway.fr/> http://www.alterway.fr/
) is a
French company that has a significant Hosting Activity (50% of our
We are specialized on Open Source Hosting (we are very close to many=20
communities), with significant French customers (large accounts such
as French government and ministry, Smartbox, Prisma Presse, Lacoste,
We are very interested by Ovirt, as the new offer we a launching
is a public cloud based on Ovirt 3.1.
(It=92s called H20 : more information here :
As that you are looking for a new hosting solution, we would be glad
to study your needs and see how we could collaborate on such a
project, so that Ovir sites t could be hosted by an Ovirt Platform =85
I hope you found this proposal interesting.
Thank you for your email. This sounds like a good offer, I think we are
interested in talking further. I love the idea of having oVirt projects
hosted on an oVirt platform!
We've been discussing this hosting need here on infra(a)ovirt.org for a
few weeks. A vision for the oVirt project might be to have hosting
provided by many contributors and supporters, similar to this:
In specific, we currently have needs for a new host to be the Jenkins
), a new Gerrit host or VM (gerrit.ovirt.org
and a few VMs for serving MediaWiki, Mailman, etc.
The Jenkins server in particular has been hard to find at a reasonable
cost. It needs fast disk I/O, such as RAID 5 or 10, as well as ~8 proc
cores, and 8+ GB of RAM.
Would you like to continue this discussion here via email?
Thanks - Karsten
Karsten 'quaid' Wade, Sr. Analyst - Community Growth
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