© 2013 Phys.org Citation: Nebula One steps forth as world’s first cloud computer (2013, April 3) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-04-nebula-world-cloud.html More information: Site: www.nebula.com/Nebula One: www.nebula.com/nebula-onePress release: nebula-static.s3.amazonaws.com … ch_press_release.pdf (Phys.org) —Nebula has announced its first product, Nebula One. The new entry is defined in a promotional video (with symphonic, celestial music and a British voiceover for gravitas) as the world’s first cloud computer. The product combines a hardware controller integrated with software for an all in one storage, compute, and networked services system. To hear Nebula’s team describe it, the Nebula One is a product that can reinvent cloud computing. Explore further The fundamental selling point of Nebula One is that it will make private clouds easier to operate. The goal underlying development of the new product has been to make a private cloud system something that the business user can plug in and turn on, achieving, at log-in, an availability of computing resources on demand. “Previous cloud solutions often required users to put in hours of work to provision and maintain their computing environment. The Nebula One private cloud system frees the organization to focus on applications instead of infrastructure,” according to Nebula’s team.