Contributing to OpenStack and joining the community is one of my proudest accomplishments, hands down. In fact, I actually have a skirt printed with lines of code showing the state of OpenStack (projects.yaml) from the day my first patch landed in Cinder. But it’s definitely not just me that has made OpenStack into one of… Read more »
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I’m an OpenStack Operator going to the PTG, where should I go? PTGs aren’t just for OpenInfra developers! The discussions need perspectives from a broader group to make the event successful. This includes operators who are running OpenInfra projects in production (Public and Private Cloud, Research, etc), plan to run a project in the future,… Read more »
We’re excited to announce that Virtuozzo is now part of the OpenStack Marketplace – and even better, our US cloud partner Sharktech has joined too. The OpenStack Marketplace has a simple goal: to make it easy to find cloud services and technologies that help you leverage the awesome open-source OpenStack framework. It’s a natural home… Read more »
If you’re an OpenStack operator, you should check out my previous blog post about why you should attend the upcoming Project Teams Gathering (PTG). In an effort to help OpenStack operators get the most out of a PTG, we surveyed some project team leads (PTLs) about the operator engagement they would most like to see. First up,… Read more »
That’s a wrap! Our most recent virtual Project Team Gathering (PTG) ran from April 4th to 8th. What is hopefully our last virtual PTG for a while ended on a high note with lots of productive conversations. The PTG hosted a variety of Open Infrastructure Foundation teams and projects from OpenStack and StarlingX to the… Read more »
The OpenInfra Foundation annual report for 2021 is now live, including sections on open infrastructure growth, all OpenInfra projects, Foundation updates, SIG and WG updates, and more.
The latest release occurs as the 2021 User Survey reveals significant growth in OpenStack deployments ranging from hundreds of cores to six million cores; Over 100 new OpenStack clouds have been built, growing the total number of cores under OpenStack management to more than 25,000,000 cores The OpenStack community today released Xena, the 24th version… Read more »
Since the Paris Summit in 2014, the OpenInfra Foundation has hosted our annual Superuser Awards to recognize organizations that have used open infrastructure to meaningfully improve their business while contributing back to the community. These organizations have previously won the Superuser Awards and shared how their deployments have grown and evolved on a recent episode of OpenInfra… Read more »
Let’s get a closer look at two giant open-source technologies – OpenStack and Kubernetes, how they work together and accomplish each other bringing more benefits to service consumers.