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I would like to know which other tools can help me to set up a private cloud infrastructure but still allow me to connect with services like Amazon EC2 or S3. The ones I know about are:

  • Nimbus
  • Open QRM
  • OpenNebula
  • Eucalyptus
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closed as off-topic by HBruijn, Ward, MadHatter, mdpc, masegaloeh Jul 9 '15 at 3:37

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Unfortunately, your question seems off-topic here, but on the it would have probably a much better chance to a long-term survival. – peterh Jul 9 '15 at 2:57

Eucalyptus support Amazon EC2 Api so you theoretically you should be able to use Eucalyptus along with Amazon EC2/S3 using the same interface.

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VMware recently released VMware vCloud. Basically it's a combination of the available Vmware technologies with a nice and easy to use web interface.

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Both of them support Amazon's EC2 and S3 APIs.

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