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DreamHost is best known as a web hosting service, but the company has also long been a major contributor to the open source OpenStack platform for enterprises. For the last few years, it’s also been running its own OpenStack-based cloud computing service DreamCompute in beta. Today, DreamCompute is coming out of beta and announcing a new pricing model that’s a mix of… Read More

DreamHost’s OpenStack-powered EC2 rival comes out of beta

timelapse stars mountains DreamHost is best known as a web hosting service, but the company has also long been a major contributor to the open source OpenStack platform for enterprises. For the last few years, it’s also been running its own OpenStack-based cloud computing service DreamCompute in beta. Today, DreamCompute is coming out of beta and announcing a new pricing model that’s a mix of… Read More

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