Learn about the launch of the Open Infrastructure Foundation and its 60+ founding members as well as open source, production use cases from Workday, Ant Group, Volvo Cars, Verizon, and AT&T.
October 19-23, 2020Watch Now
Openstack controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources, all managed through APIs or a dashboard.
Beyond standard infrastructure-as-a-service functionality, additional components provide orchestration, fault management and service management amongst other services to ensure high availability of user applications.
The OpenStack Marketplace is filled with experts working across industries, use cases, and regions to help your organization achieve your goals.
With 20+ years experience in enterprise UNIX and open source systems Component Soft offers a growing family of OpenStack trainings in several European and North-American cities as well as online. In-depth coverage of the theory and hands-on exercises at affordable prices.
Canonical representing Ubuntu is a Platinum Member of the OpenStack Foundation board. Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, was the first company to commercially distribute and support OpenStack, under the Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure brand. Ubuntu is the reference operating system for the project.
Since 2011, Canonical has included the latest version of OpenStack in every Ubuntu release, as well as made every OpenStack release available for our most recent long-term support Ubuntu release (LTS) in our unique Cloud Archive. All versions of Ubuntu are certified and supported.
OpenStack is trusted to manage 20 Million+ cores around the world, across dozens of industries.
Video game developer, Blizzard Entertainment, implements OpenStack autoscaling to support running video games, like best-selling game Overwatch, in the cloud.
Walmart has developed and is currently using a product called Galaxy, which is a multi-cloud validation tool that minimizes the mean time to detect issues on any OpenStack cloud. Galaxy performs the validation checks required to declare the health of all OpenStack clouds.
China Mobile’s telecom network has more than 800 million subscribers and 3 million base stations. China Mobile is now building up the biggest NFV network based on OpenStack with more than 50,000 servers in the network.