Independent recent surveys conducted by five organisations demonstrate accelerated OpenStack adoption as enterprises increasingly favour multi-cloud strategies.
The OpenStack Foundation today announced its plan to overcome what it says is the hardest problem in open source today: integrating and operating open source technologies to solve real-world problems.
Deployments of the OpenStack open source cloud platform are growing by 44% year-on-year.
Strong interest and adoption of OpenStack reported by attendees at OpenStack’s first Australian conference should come as no surprise, with over 300 users attending.
Japan’s NTT Communications has joined the non-profit OpenStack Foundation as a corporate sponsor.
Pure Storage has joined the OpenStack Foundation as a corporate sponsor and committer, and announced two pieces of software that improve the integration between FlashArray and OpenStack.
Hardware and software company Oracle has become a corporate sponsor of the OpenStack Foundation and has announced a set of plans to add OpenStack compatibility or integration to a range of its products.
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