Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SourceSUSE, the Nuremberg-based Linux company, has released the first OpenStack-based cloud solution for private enterprises.
Linux vendor SUSE is releasing its latest open-source OpenStack cloud platform-based product today, SUSE Cloud 2.0. The SUSE Cloud 2.0 release comes just over a year after the first SUSE Cloud release in August 2012.
Dell is rolling out an open-source cloud-computing IaaS (infrastructure as a service) offering built around the Linux-based OpenStack cloud software and its own PowerEdge C servers. The Dell OpenStack Cloud Solution also leans heavily on Dell's open source Crowbar technology, said to simplify OpenStack deployments and management....
Hosting an event with so many talented people gives us a unique opportunity to steal a few minutes with members of the community who are working on the technologies that will form the future of cloud computing.
Today at LinuxCon and CloudOpen, we sat down with Jonathan Bryce of OpenStack.
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.
Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Cloud ServicesThe French GNU/Linux company Mandriva has entered the cloud market with a solution of its own based on its own GNU/Linux distribution for management of IT infrastructure.
Since the cloud and open source are supposed to go together like peaches and cream (ah, the joys of summer), it might come as a surprise that Linux vendor Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) lacked an official OpenStack distribution. But that now has changed with the announcement of a public preview of an OpenStack release based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.