As OpenStack backers gather in Vancouver, the fight to win business workloads ramps up with Google, Amazon, and Microsoft.
If you are an information technology professional and haven’t had your fill of cloud computing hype, er, information, brace yourself: There is lots more on its way.
This week, the OpenStack Foundation and a seven thousand or so of its closest friends will gather at the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver to talk about how the open-source cloud framework is suited for a variety of cloud deployment choices.
Do you want to put your own workloads on dedicated infrastructure? Then an OpenStack private cloud is for you. Or if you need the scale of a massive public cloud, you can put workloads on an array of public clouds around the world. And they all run on, you guessed it, OpenStack.