About Rami Jebara

Rami Jebara is Tuangru's co-founder and CTO. He oversees the company's product development roadmap, cloud platform and client IT hardware solutions.

Why the Next-Gen Data Center Network is Linux and Open

By |November 30th, 2015|

I’ve discussed the qualitative benefits of Cumulus Linux® and open networking in previous articles. While there’s no denying that the ability to run Linux networking tools and applications on standard networking hardware offers significant advantages in terms of simplification, consistency and flexibility, many still have questions related to the bottom line. So let’s take a [...]

Open Networking is Ready for Primetime in 2015

By |January 6th, 2015|

According to Jonathan LaCour, vice president product and development at Dreamhost, a hosting and cloud company that uses Cumulus Linux, this new networking operating system lets the company manage its server as well as its networking gear from the same central software. “We can have this unified system,” he says, “for managing all of our gear." – Wired [...]

How to Optimize Your Infrastructure to Deliver Fast Performing Cloud Services

By |April 16th, 2014|

Everywhere I go, someone is talking 'cloud'. Whether it's an industry insider or simply a curious observer, cloud appears to have hit manic proportions. Much of this can be attributed to the ongoing price war and Wall Street's obsession with Amazon, Rackspace, Google and Microsoft. And though public clouds garner most of the attention, the [...]

Are You Paying Too Much for Your Datacenter Space?

By |March 12th, 2014|

Your datacenter space and power is a blank canvas you use to build and deliver your online products and services.  Hosting Service Providers want to squeeze every bit of revenue they can out of that capacity. But how do you know if you are or what you should  be targeting? One place to start is to [...]

A Review of the Best SSD Drives for Hosting and Cloud Providers

By |February 27th, 2014|

With the constant price and technology improvements being introduced to MLC-based SSD hard drives, they are quickly becoming a standard configuration for hosting and cloud service providers. It is hard to find a provider that will not offer an SSD option to their customers. That said, not all SSDs are created equal when it comes [...]

Intel Xeon E5-2600 Ivy Bridge CPUs Best Fit for Hosting Providers

By |October 29th, 2013|

Our clients are made up of datacenter, hosting and cloud providers who's business model requires them to refresh their server hardware fleet–typically every 36 months–to protect their customer pricing and margins. When the time comes to refresh, one of the most common question facing our clients is whether to continue using the Xeon® E5-2400 Sandy [...]