AT&T, CERN, SK Telecom, and Superfluidity use cases illustrate the power of OpenStack and Kubernetes integrations; recent cross-community development milestones include continuous test-reporting dashboards.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 21, 2018 — OpenStack Summit — Like R2-D2 and C-3PO, some duos seem destined to work together to make the universe a better place. Add OpenStack and Kubernetes to that list: a new white paper issued today documents the power of using these two open source software projects in tandem.
The white paper was developed by SIG-Kubernetes, an OpenStack special interest group focused on cross-community efforts with Kubernetes. Today at the OpenStack Summit, the group highlighted recent OpenStack-Kubernetes integration milestones.
White Paper: “Leveraging Containers and OpenStack: A Comprehensive Review”
The white paper published today highlights scenarios for combining OpenStack and Kubernetes and provides an overview of the open source projects, both OpenStack and otherwise, that help deliver container applications. The white paper also explores how these members of the OpenStack community are using containers in production to solve challenges and unlock new capabilities:
***Download the white paper here.***
Collaborators on the white paper include representatives from AT&T, Betacloud Solutions, Catalyst IT, CERN, Huawei, Linux Academy, the OpenStack Foundation, Red Hat, SK Telecom and Vexxhost.
Progress on OpenStack-Kubernetes Integration Efforts
Containers in the Spotlight at OpenStack Summit This Week
More than 70 sessions on container infrastructure are being presented at the OpenStack Summit this week. Session videos from organizations including Google, Heptio, Intel, OpenLab, Vexxhost, and Yahoo! Japan will be available at openstack.org/videos.
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