Intel, Mirantis and Supermicro have partnered to engineer the first implementation of NVMeoF that unlocks the value of NVMe over Fabrics for OpenStack.
Tieto is the #1 cloud service provider in Northern Europe, with over 150 cloud customers in the region and revenues in the neighborhood of €1.5 billion (with a "b"). So when the company decided to take the leap into OpenStack, it was a decision that wasn't taken lightly -- or without very strict requirements. Now, we've been talking a lot about …
Here are some of the questions from a lively discussion about the Total Cost of Ownership of OpenStack clouds versus running infrastructure on Amazon Web Services,
OpenStack has reached its goal of supporting cloud-native applications in all of their forms — virtual machines, containers, and bare metal.
Mirantis OpenStack 9.1 makes it easier for cloud operators to consume upstream innovation on a periodic basis, and you can get access to this capability through an easy and reliable update mechanism.
The bigger the Openstack cloud you have, the bigger the operation challenges you will face.
We’re in the home stretch! So far we’ve guilt the Murano app to deploy Plone, and we’re finally ready to deploy the app to Murano.
We’ve explained what Murano is, created an OpenStack cluster with Murano, and built the main script that will install our application. Now it’s time to actually package PloneServerApp for Murano.
We’ve talked about what Murano is and why you need it and we put together the development environment. Now let’s start building the actual Murano App.
In part 1 of this series, we talked about what Murano is, and why you’d want to use it as a platform for developing applications. Now we’ll help you get set up for doing the actual development.
The OpenStack Murano project makes it possible for you to create an application without having to worry about resources, placement, scheduling, creating virtual machines, networking, etc.
Mirantis’ Senior Technical Director, Greg Elkinbard, spoke at IBM’s Edge 2016 IT infrastructure conference in Las Vegas. His short talk described Mirantis’ mission: to create clouds using OpenStack and Kubernetes under a “Build, Operate, Transfer” model; and he detailed Mirantis and IBM’s collaboration to create a reference architecture for putting OpenStack compute nodes on IBM Power8 hardware.
Look, it’s no secret that deploying and managing OpenStack is difficult at best, and frustratingly impossible at worst. So what if I told you that using Kubernetes and containers could make it easy?