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They boil down to a focus on enabling cloud native operations in terms of hybrid cloud, cloud native programming, and the IoT.


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Mirantis OpenStack 9.0, based on Mitaka, has added important new functionalities to simplify both initial deployment (Day 1) and post-deployment operations (Day 2).


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In this six-part blog series, contributors from the Mirantis Unlocked team discuss some of the methods and process they evolved to build a large and diverse partner ecosystem.


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Welcome to OpenStack Days in Tel Aviv!


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The same set of OpenStack controllers can easily manage multiple types of hypervisors, such as KVM, vSphere, and XenServer.


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Most OpenStack components store state in an SQL database. By design, the databases do not have to be on the same database server.


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This is not Docker Swarm as a separate product, it’s swarm integrated natively into Docker Engine, so that it can be turned on and off and provide orchestration without programming.


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If you are a vendor who wants to add functionality to deployments of OpenStack (or even just to Fuel), you can choose to contribute to the Fuel project directly, or you can create a plugin.


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Infrastructure software is dead. And with it, numbered are the days of any company whose core business is pinned to selling licenses or subscriptions to infrastructure software bits.


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The latest happenings in the OpenStack App Catalog community.


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The third day of the summit in Austin included multiple discussions about
Glance.


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Ever wonder how decisions are made at Red Hat? Now you can find out.


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VMware Integrated OpenStack 2.5 is out, with, a handful of improvements that seem to be targeted mostly at current VMware users.


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HPE announced new partnerships with Docker and DropBox, donated its OpenSwitch network operating system to the Linux foundation, and announced some new permutations of its OpenStack-related products.


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HP Enterprise will spin off its Enterprise Services division, which will then merge with Computer Sciences Corporation, both a “competitor” and a “complementary” organization.