Synnefo - Open source Cloud Software, Used to create massively scalable IaaS clouds

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Synnefo is a complete open source cloud stack written in Python that provides Compute, Network, Image, Volume and Storage services, similar to the ones offered by AWS. Synnefo manages multiple Ganeti clusters at the backend for handling low-level VM operations and uses Archipelago to unify cloud storage. To boost 3rd-party compatibility, Synnefo exposes the OpenStack APIs to users.

https://www.synnefo.org/
https://github.com/grnet/synnefo

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