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OpenStack Havana, an open-source Infrastructure-as-a-Service cloud, has added features that make it even better suited for enterprise use.
The open-source OpenStack Foundation is out today with its latest milestone release, code-named Havana. The OpenStack Havana release includes new projects for cloud orchestration and monitoring and improves on existing compute, storage and networking capabilities.
Linux vendor SUSE today announced its SUSE Cloud 3 solution, providing users with the latest components from the OpenStack Havana release. OpenStack is a multi-stakeholder open-source cloud platform effort that counts many of the world's leading IT vendorsincluding IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Dell and Ciscoamong its participants.
OpenStack Havana, the latest version of the open source Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platform for cloud computing, is out. And it's now easier than ever to deploy on Red Hat (RHT) Linux-based operating systems, as a result of official support that the company unveiled shortly after OpenStack Havana made its debut Oct. 17.
Red Hat (RHT) has brought together three of the open source world's latest software products—Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.5, OpenStack Havana and the KVM virtualization hypervisor—to build Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 4.0, which is out this week. Here's what to expect from the newest integrated cloud computing platform.
GroundWork has released a solution for monitoring the performance of various parts of the OpenStack open source infrastructure for cloud environments. OpenStack, the open source cloud operating system, offers some metering tools as parts of the core OpenStack code.
The open-source OpenStack cloud platform has the support of many of the world's leading IT vendors, including IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Intel, AT&T, Cisco and Red Hat, but does it have the support of enterprises? -