OpenStack is a set of software tools for building and managing cloud computing platforms for public and private clouds. OpenStack is considered by many people and organizations to be the future of cloud computing. Follow this blog to learn more on OpenStack.
Public clouds are taking over the world. Every day, more and more companies are moving their infrastructure to services like AWS or Microsoft Azure to save capital and operational costs. This begs the question: Where does this leave OpenStack?
In this post, we'll explore how OpenStack is competing in a market dominated by public cloud providers, and how it is positioned to grow in the future, especially in the hybrid cloud business.
Today marks the release of OpenStack's seventeenth release, Queens. After a 26-week release schedule, Queens brings into the fold new projects and new features, including strong container integration, support for vGPUs, and many advancements around NFV, edge computing, and machine learning applications.