Fuga Labs: Behind the Scenes of Fuga Cloud

Labs

An overview of our Blogs and Articles on Fuga Cloud that gives you an insight of what is cooking in our Lab.

MEET Front-end Developer MARINO
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MEET Front-end Developer MARINO

When did you start at the Cyso Group? I have been working at Cyso Group for 6.5 years. I started as a web designer/marketer at Cyso in the Internet Editorial department. Here we developed and maintained all communication activities of Cyso. Not much later we developed the first portal of an OpenStack project within Cyso. This eventually became Fuga Cloud. The marketing department has also taken the first steps in realizing a shared hosting company, called SQR.
What is GAIA-X?
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What is GAIA-X?

De world is one big Cloud Today, the Cloud can no longer be ignored in our lives. Whether it concerns online services to arrange your banking affairs, online shopping, email, file storage or social media, almost everything goes via the Cloud. And thanks to that Cloud, it was also possible that we all could work from home during the lock-down. Companies have embraced wholeheartedly tools and have started managing projects online, meeting online and sharing or storing files online.
Meet Release 2, Fuga’s new cloud platform

Meet Release 2, Fuga’s new cloud platform

In September 2015, the birth of Fuga Cloud Platform became a fact. A public cloud developed by Cyso, one of the last independent hosting providers in the Netherlands. We have used our knowledge and expertise, which we have acquired in the field of cloud in the past 20 years, for the development of Fuga Cloud. Last September we celebrated the three-year anniversary of Fuga Cloud. In these three years, tens of thousands of instances have been launched and we are proud of that.
Release Comparison Fuga Cloud Platform

Release Comparison Fuga Cloud Platform

In the last two years, we worked hard with a dedicated team of DevOps engineers, developers and cloud specialists to develop the next major release of the Fuga Cloud Platform. We are finally able to proudly announce the newest release of Fuga Cloud. Our first release (launched in 2015) has proven to be a rock-solid cloud solution with OpenStack at its core. We encountered enough challenges and improvements to develop an entirely new platform, of course, with OpenStack at its core.
Using OpenStack to run a custom Wikibase

Using OpenStack to run a custom Wikibase

Wikidata is the linked database maintained by the Wikimedia Foundation, which also maintains Wikipedia. As an online encyclopedia, Wikipedia is one of the most visited websites worldwide. Started in 2001 as an English website it currently has versions in more than 290 languages and is still growing. All these (connected) Wikipedias are running on a software platform called Mediawiki. This Mediawiki stack has been released as open software to general public and has since been used in many, many cases outside the Wikimedia ecosystem.
Fuga Update: Progress and what features to expect in our next region

Fuga Update: Progress and what features to expect in our next region

We live in exciting times, the fast technological developments are stacking up and before we know it we’re going to be in self-driving cars and on our way to colonize Mars. Okay well, maybe it’ll take a while before this all happens. However, today I have exciting news because I’m allowed to talk about the development of our second region and especially some new features you can expect in the near future.
Fuga Update: The Big Advantages Of APIs And Why You Should Use Them

Fuga Update: The Big Advantages Of APIs And Why You Should Use Them

In this new update you learn more about APIs. Not in a reading mood? No worries. Relax and enjoy our podcast below. Fuga Cloud is based on OpenStack, an open-source software platform. It contains many different projects and applications which all communicate with each other using APIs. Each project has a specific job in the cloud ecosystem. We offer a user-friendly dashboard to easily manage your infrastructure, which in turn uses the APIs to communicate and execute the requests that are made by the user in the dashboard to other parts of the Fuga Cloud.