There’s a perceived competition between OpenStack and containers such as Docker, but in reality, the two technologies are a powerful combination. They both solve similar problems, but on different layers of the stack, so combining the two can give users more scalability and automation than ever before.
On Wednesday, January 28, Mirantis and Cumulus Networks teamed up for a webinar, titled “Unlock the Potential of OpenStack: Making Cloud Deployments Simpler, More Affordable, and Faster.” Primary presenters were Cumulus Networks’ Meena Sankaran, in charge of Ecosystem and Solutions, and Kamesh Pemmaraju, who drives Mirantis’ Partner Marketing.The main goal was to introduce attendees to the fast-maturing technology stack that …
It’s time again to vote for your favorite topics for the next OpenStack Summit, and Mirantis is asking for your support. This time around, there are more than 50 proposed talks featuring Mirantis speakers, ranging from customer user stories to discussions on OpenStack containers to technical best practices and how to’s. Please take a look and vote for the ones that interest you. Thanks!
Mirantis is making small, but significant steps this week. In line with our ongoing global expansion, including new offices in the Netherlands, France, and China last year, we are pleased to announce the opening of our Japan office, in the Marunouchi area, in the heart of Tokyo.
You might not think about VMware as “open”—but maybe you should. While VMware is not about to open source their ESX hypervisor—they’re not THAT open—they are betting heavily not just on OpenStack, but on hybrid cloud in general. And if VMware wins, the biggest loser may be Red Hat.
When it comes to OpenStack adoption, one of the most frequently heard regains is “But we can’t’ find the expertise!” Mirantis is tackling the problem on two fronts: with a searchable database of professionals who have been certified in vendor-neutral OpenStack, and with two new courses that widen the available options for both students and employers.