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Welcome to the second edition of the OpenStack Community App Catalog Digest, where we’ll fill you in on what’s going on and how you can contribute.


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Hosts Nick Chase and John Jainschigg talk to OPNFV Director Heather Kirksey about what NFV is, why it matters to telcos, and why telcos aren’t the only organizations that can benefit from it.


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This week the OpenStack Foundation released a whitepaper explaining the platform’s relationship with Network Functions Virtualization, or NFV.


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Mirantis reports having trained more than 5000 students in 2015, and those numbers are growing throughout the industry.


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Historically, memory pages on x86 systems have had a fixed size of 4 kilobytes, but today this parameter is configurable. The x86_64 architecture supports pages 4Kb, 2Mb, and 1Gb, in size.


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You’ve probably also run into a situation in which the image you need isn’t already available. Fortunately it’s easy to add a new image to an existing OpenStack cluster.


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There’s lots of talk about multi-cloud environments, but not everyone realizes it’s already possible to create a single cloud that can span, say, OpenStack and Google Container Engine.


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We’ve found that there’s some confusion over when to use a Murano app versus a Glance image, so we’ve decided to take a general look at both processes and do a comparative study.


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Hosts Nick Chase and John Jainschigg talk to Mirantis co-founder and CMO Boris Renski.


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We’re looking at the same type of confusion we had over HP’s public cloud last year over the involvement of HP Enterprise in the world of NFV in general, and Spanish telco Telefonica in particular.