At OpenStack Summit Hong Kong, we spoke to a number of OpenStack’s key innovators to get the inside scoop on how they’re working with OpenStack, what they’re future plans are and the state of the community.
For three years we've gathered in different cities across the US to develop OpenStack and build an incredible community the open cloud platform. In that time, OpenStack has grown larger than we could have ever imagined.
UPDATED at 6:00 p.m. November 8
OpenStack Summit Hong Kong kicks off Tuesday at Hong Kong’s Asia World Expo. As a founder of OpenStack, Rackspace will be out in full force. From book signings and speaking engagements to a great party and meetups, we’re ready to talk OpenStack and show you why it’s the best choice for your cloud infrastructure.
Cost savings, operational efficiency and the open platform are the three key business drivers for OpenStack clouds, according to survey results released at OpenStack Summit Hong Kong by the OpenStack User Committee and the OpenStack Foundation.
If it wasn’t for the developers, OpenStack wouldn’t exist. Nowhere is that more evident than inside the Design Summit at OpenStack Summit Hong Kong, where developers are hacking on the next OpenStack release – Ice House.
Every six months, developers, administrators and business folks gather for the OpenStack Summit. The fall’s summit is going on now in Hong Kong, the first international destination in OpenStack’s three-plus years of existence.
The federation of multiple clouds in the real world isn’t far out of reach, and through a CERN openlab research project, CERN and Rackspace are probing the possibility of true federated hybrid clouds built on OpenStack.
OpenStack is driving true change in academia – it’s powering some of the most sophisticated research projects at top organizations throughout the world. OpenStack has provided researchers a low cost, high performance compute option to handle intense workloads and empowers computer science engineers with a free and open cloud operating system.