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Elastic Grid Announces Java API For Rackspace Cloud Servers

This open-source project aims to provide Java APIs to the Rackspace Cloud APIs for Java developers

Elastic Grid, LLC is pleased to announce the Elastic Rack project.

As part of Elastic Grid project commitment to provide a cloud virtualization layer, the Elastic Grid team was in need of a Java API which would drive the Rackspace Cloud Servers API. This Java API is now available as a separate bundle in the Elastic Rack project.

This open-source project aims to provide Java APIs to the Rackspace Cloud APIs so that Java developers can easily call Rackspace APIs. As of today, there is only experimental support for Cloud Servers API.

The project is hosted on Google Code at: http://elastic-rack.googlecode.com. The issues tracker is available on Jira at: http://jira.elastic-grid.com/browse/ER.

-- Jerome

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Jerome Bernard has over eight years experience developing distributed applications applied to a wide range of applications from banking to insurances as well as distributed applications using Jini. He is a committer on many OSS projects like Elastic Grid, Rio, Typica and JiBX. He is currently working on Elastic Grid, an OSS project which focuses on the productivity of developers and organizations that use Java enterprise applications, enabling them to easily deploy, manage and scale applications running on virtualized compute assets, whether that be across public or private clouds, like Amazon EC2.