Coming up in OpenStack Bexar release

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(This article is an updated version of a post originally posted here). OpenStack is busy with so much development activity it’s hard to keep up.  42 (!) specs were targeted for the 3-month long Bexar development cycle… and there are more than 150 active branches. Over December alone, we saw more than 900 commits by 60… Read more »

Latest Tips for Using OpenStack

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We’ve seen a lot of development activity in the last couple of weeks for the OpenStack Compute project. It’s a flurry of activity, though no snow flurries appear on the horizon here in Texas. It’s tough to keep up with such an active development community, so I thought I’d write up a blog post with… Read more »

Announcing The OpenStack 2010.1 “Austin” Release

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By now, most of you have heard that yesterday we released the inaugural version of the OpenStack Cloud Computing Platform. The OpenStack project is comprised of two major subprojects, OpenStack Compute and OpenStack Object Storage. Where is it? OpenStack Compute: Nova Cloud Computing Fabric Glance Image Registry and Delivery Service OpenStack Object Storage: Swift What’s… Read more »