Couldn’t get to Hong Kong this week? No worries. Here are the top stories out of OpenStack Summit 2013.
The demand for fast, bare-metal servers will fade over time, especially as new powerful cloud resources come online, said Rackspace’s Scott Sanchez.
Huawei, Hitachi and Aptira are aboard as OpenStack Foundation Gold members, Cisco beefs up its OpenStack bundles and more news out of the OpenStack Summit 2013.
Shhhhh, it looks like cloud computing is not immune from industry consolidation and Amazon Web Services gets testy about private cloud adoption.
Sometimes we forget: cloud adoption is just in the baby step phase; SAP says it’s profiting from cloud; battle for legacy and new app workloads gets more nuanced.
Saar Gillai says HP’s darkest days are behind it and with its new OpenStack cloud, the company is hitting its stride. Then again, what else would he say?
OpenStack, like kale, can be baked, roasted, sliced, diced, sauteed and pureed to be made part of anything. Or at least that’s what its backers hope.
There was lots of hubbub Tuesday at the OpenStack Summit. Actual customers talking about real implementations of the open-source cloud. Here’s what I learned.
Just in time for the OpenStack Summit: new-look vendor Cloudscaling and legacy IT giant HP beef up their respective OpenStack clouds.
Telcos and service providers wanting to compete with Amazon in public cloud services can jump-start that effort by tapping Rackspace, says Rackspace.