Mirantis OpenStack

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Services offerings for all phases of the OpenStack lifecycle, from green-field to migration to scale-out optimization, including Migration, Self-service IT as a Service (ITaaS), CI/CD. Learn More

Deployment and Operations

The deep bench of OpenStack infrrastructure experts has the proven experience across scores of deployments and uses cases, to ensure you get OpenStack running fast and delivering continuous ROI.

Driver Testing and Certification

Mirantis provides coding, testing and maintenance for OpenStack drivers to help infrastructure companies integrate with OpenStack and deliver innovation to cloud customers and operators. Learn More

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Know OpenStack? Prove it. An IT professional who has earned the Mirantis® Certificate of Expertise in OpenStack has demonstrated the skills, knowledge, and abilities needed to create, configure, and manage OpenStack environments.

OpenStack Bootcamp

New to OpenStack and need the skills to run an OpenStack cluster yourself? Our bestselling 3 day course gives you the hands-on knowledge you need.

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Some vendors choose to “improve” OpenStack by salting it with their own exclusive technology. At Mirantis, we’re totally committed to keeping production open source clouds free of proprietary hooks or opaque packaging. When you choose to work with us, you stay in full control of your infrastructure roadmap.

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Cloud users today often also need to be cloud innovators: upgrading components, integrating new hardware, scaling up, and making lots of configuration changes. But how can you be sure the changes you make don’t break anything? Testing using Tempest is (part of) the answer.


In this next edition of the “Meet your OpenStack Training Instructor” series, Devin Parrish takes a few minutes to tell us a little more about himself. Tell us more about your background. How did you become involved in OpenStack training? After completing my studies in Computer Science, I began working as a Systems Administrator/Devops engineer. From this early experience, I was able …


Now that the dust from the OpenStack summit in Atlanta has settled, it’s probably a good time to take a look at the other semi-annual OpenStack tradition, the OpenStack user survey.


If you’re going to be anywhere near Berlin next week and you have any interest at all in using Big Data effectively, you might want to consider heading over to the Berlin Buzzwords conference, to be held from May 25-28, 2014. The conference concentrates on the storing, analysis, and searching of massive amounts of digital data — their tag is “search, store, scale” — and includes a strong social and informal component providing massive opportunities for collaboration and unexpected learning.


The recent slew of articles from the Wall Street Journal and ReadWriteWeb stating that Red Hat won’t support customers who choose rival OpenStack distribution caused a wave of controversy. Since Mirantis was in the center of many of these discussions, I wanted to shed my perspective on the matter.First, one needs to understand that Red Hat OS support is a …


At every OpenStack Summit, starting at the Juno Design Summit, we will be hosting a competition. This time Intel is using our booth space and Mirantis is helping with some of the prizes, however we want to make this a community effort moving forward.These competitions are aimed to clear up the air on the reality of some tough topics in …


OpenStack is about having the freedom to exploit new technology and solutions quickly. You put that in practice by evolving and optimizing your cloud’s performance, features and cost as fast as the cooperative efforts of hundreds of vendors and thousands of contributors can make possible. But doing this with confidence means making decisions about, and investments in hardware, software and systems — and that means having meaningful, detailed and trustworthy information about OpenStack drivers: the logical glue connecting third-party products with OpenStack components.


In this first stage, Mirantis is coordinating the DriverLog project, working with PTLs and driver maintainers. We are all trying to make participation as frictionless as possible for vendors and other interested community members. See part one for more background on DriverLog.Some minimal constraints are needed, at this stage, to limit workloads. Since the largest number of third-party drivers are …


Today we officially launched the DriverLog project and an associated dashboard, showcasing the detailed list of available OpenStack vendor drivers. We worked with Project Technical Leads and the OpenStack foundation on this effort and are glad to see that many vendors have already started contributing and maintaining their driver information.


Last Wednesday brought news of RedHat’s impending acquisition of InkTank, spun out of DreamHost in 2012 to help advance the open source, Linux-resident, cloud-friendly Ceph technology — earlier originated at DreamHost by Sage Weil (now InkTank’s CTO) based on PhD research Weil did at UC Santa Cruz’ Storage Systems Research laboratory, under sponsorship by the US Department of Energy.