Here’s a new “drop-in” EC2 API for OpenStackers who want it

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Many news cycles have been burned on the debate over whether OpenStack-based cloud providers should or need to support the major Amazon Web Services APIs.

Cloudscaling and its co-founder Randy Bias have long advocated that such support is critical to the success of OpenStack and promised Cloudscaling support for [company]Amazon[/company] elastic compute cloud (EC2) APIs. AWS, after all, is by far the market leader in the public cloud arena.

As of this week, Cloudscaling, now part of [company]EMC[/company], has made available a “drop-in” replacement for the existing OpenStack Nova EC2 API. Nova, OpenStack’s compute module, already offered a degree of EC2 API compatibility that a vendor could expose, or not, in its own cloud offering.

Rackspace notably chose not to expose it. [company]Hewlett-Packard[/company] at first opted to support the EC2 API, then reversed course in late 2013 — but within a year bought Eucalyptus, a provider of private cloud technology…

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