A few weeks back in Dublin, Ireland, OpenStack engineers gathered from dozens of countries and companies to discuss the next release of OpenStack. This is always my favorite OpenStack event, because I get to do interviews with the various teams, to talk about what they did in the just-released...
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? [OS_EMBEDDED_MENU_RIGHT:]In this post, we'll...
Trilio's Katie Lyon walks you through what questions to ask and how to plan for the trasformative road ahead.
Yih Leong Sun on multi-cloud, upcoming challenges for users and how you can get involved.
Matt Riedemann walks you through the past, present and possible future of extended maintenance.
Thierry Carrez on the strategic decisions that shape the path forward.
Heat provides us with a powerful orchestration engine where we can specify infrastructure in a declarative way. A heat orchestration template is easy to get the hang of and in this article we are going to look at an example of how we can deploy infrastructure using it.
I talked to some vendors at the recent OpenStack Summit 2018 to find out: is OpenStack used by enterprises, or is it just used by service providers?