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Mirantis Speaks Up at Cloud Connect 2012 About OpenStack Cloud

Engineering experts will share case studies about enterprises using OpenStack.

Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) February 06, 2012 —

Executives of Mirantis, a leader in engineering services for OpenStack™ Cloud, will describe how its customers are deploying OpenStack technology to attendees of Cloud Connect 2012, February 13-16 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

Alex Freedland, co-founder and chairman, Adrian Ionel, CEO, and Boris Renski, co-founder and CMO will share case studies of OpenStack Cloud implementation. Mirantis has recently completed several projects to help companies solve a range of IT challenges, using OpenStack in areas that range from storage to HPC.

Mirantis has been an active member of the OpenStack community since its inception and has contributed multiple code commits to the OpenStack Compute and Identity projects.

OpenStack software is an open source platform for building private and public infrastructure clouds. More than 145 leading companies participate in the OpenStack project, including AMD, Cisco, Citrix, Dell, HP, Intel, and Microsoft. It originally started with NASA and Rackspace®.

Mirantis has been an active member of the OpenStack community since its inception and has contributed multiple code commits to the OpenStack Compute and Identity projects. Mirantis is also one of the organizers of the Bay Area’s OpenStack user group, hosting the quarterly community events in Silicon Valley. This OpenStack community grew from 100 to more than 900 members in less than nine months in 2011. Mirantis is also focused on expanding the OpenStack community in Russia because of the growing interest there among developers.

Also at the conference, Mirantis will introduce a new training program on OpenStack technology. The much-needed program will expand the pool of skilled engineering talent and expertise in OpenStack software throughout the industry.

About Mirantis

Mirantis is an engineering services company delivering open source application infrastructure and OpenStack expertise. Clients include Cisco, GE Money and Agilent. The company is headquartered in Mountain View, CA and currently houses one of the largest groups of experts in OpenStack technology under a single roof. Mirantis works with middleware vendors, compute infrastructure companies and Fortune 1000 enterprises, helping them to extract value from OpenStack software.

About Cloud Connect

Cloud Connect, produced by UBM TechWeb, is the defining event of the cloud computing industry. As both a conference and an exhibition, Cloud Connect’s goal is to chart the course of cloud computing’s development by bringing together enterprise IT professionals, developers, infrastructure and service providers and cloud computing innovators. UBM TechWeb has produced cloud events that define and frame cloud computing discussions since June 2008, and recently expanded the Cloud Connect event brand to Chicago and Bangalore, India, in addition to the flagship Santa Clara event. Cloud Connect is a one-of-a-kind event that encompasses the entire cloud computing ecosystem featuring a Launch Pad program, IT & Developer workshops and a full conference program. For more information visit:

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About Mirantis

Mirantis helps enterprises and telcos address key challenges with running Kubernetes on-premises with pure open source software. The company employs a unique build-operate-transfer delivery model to bring its flagship product, Mirantis Cloud Platform (MCP), to customers. MCP features full-stack enterprise support for Kubernetes and OpenStack and helps companies run optimized hybrid environments supporting traditional and distributed microservices-based applications in production at scale.

To date, Mirantis has helped more than 200 enterprises and service providers build and operate some of the largest open clouds in the world. Its customers include iconic brands such as Adobe, Comcast, Reliance Jio, State Farm, STC, Vodafone, Volkswagen, and Wells Fargo. Learn more at

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