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OpenStack Summit San Diego last week generated a great deal of enthusiasm around OpenStack and the community that is building it. With an estimated 1,400 attendees, it was the largest OpenStack Summit to date.
OpenStack isn’t just leading the charge to open clouds; it’s creating jobs – hundreds of them.
At OpenStack Summit San Diego, Troy Toman, Rackspace Senior Director of Engineering for Cloud Compute, took the keynote stage to showcase how Rackspace built the world’s largest open cloud. In the presentation, Toman touched upon Rackspace’s journey to OpenStack, how Rackspace uses OpenStack today and how OpenStack needs to evolve in the future.
Back in April, I talked about how we re-built the public cloud at Rackspace and how we leveraged the three principles of open source, cloud on cloud and continuous delivery.
At OpenStack Summit San Diego this week Rackspace released a pair of software development kits (SDKs) to make it easier for developers to build applications and accelerate their adoption of the cloud.
With an audience estimated at 1,400 at OpenStack Summit San Diego on Tuesday, OpenStack Foundation Executive Director and Rackspace Cloud founder Jonathan Bryce outlined three key reasons OpenStack will succeed.
The momentum OpenStack Summit San Diego built up on day one continued through day two with other key OpenStack announcements and presentations.
The OpenStack Summit San Diego is in full swing. This year, the Summit combines the developer design portion and the conference, targeting veteran OpenStack developers, business owners interested in OpenStack and newcomers to the project. All told, 1,400 attendees are expected at the Summit.
OpenStack Summit San Diego started with a bang – or several bangs, as it were – with big news from many veteran OpenStack players and some new faces.
The OpenStack Summit is just days away, and Rackspace will have a huge presence.
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