Ohava Computers Readying to Launch IAAS/Marketplace Alpha (Spring 2014)

Posted by caskaid on Jan 28, 2014 4:30 AM EDT
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Ohava Computers will be releasing their Alpha early spring 2014 which will include: Free On-Demand Computing, (a free 512MB virtual machine, or 1000 hour/month scalable cloud instance), and an open source marketplace.

Who: Ohava Computers, Inc. A company that is here to build an open source world.

What: Invitation for all to register to receive an invitation for Ohava's Alpha product release.

Alpha users will have access to:

Free On Demand Computing - All users will have FREE access to either 1000 hour/month scalable cloud instances or a 512MB virtual machine. All based on OpenStack.

Bazaar - A place for end users and developers to connect and drive open source development and usage. People will have access to a marketplace focused on open source support, administration, customization, and bug/feature bounties.

Engagement - Alpha users will be able to connect and enhance the development of future product and software offerings. Users and developers will vote, discuss, and decide what features are most important to them. Ohava is aiming for a democratic platform.

When: Early Spring 2014

Where: Consumer and Developer registration located online at https://www.ohava.com

Why: Ohava dreams of a world where 99% of the software that people are using is open source. We want to connect users and developers like never before and remove all barriers to open source computing. Users, after all, are who computers are for.

Contact: To learn more or just have a chat

Scott Anderson 1-855-642-8266 x 701 scott@ohava.com

or just drop by on freenode #ohava

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