Mirantis OpenStack

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    Mirantis OpenStack is the zero lock-in distro that makes deploying your cloud easier, and more flexible, and more reliable.

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    Mirantis OpenStack Express is on demand Private-Cloud-as-a-Service. Fire up your own cloud and deploy your workloads immediately.

Solutions Engineering

Services offerings for all phases of the OpenStack lifecycle, from green-field to migration to scale-out optimization, including Migration, Self-service IT as a Service (ITaaS), CI/CD. Learn More

Deployment and Operations

The deep bench of OpenStack infrrastructure experts has the proven experience across scores of deployments and uses cases, to ensure you get OpenStack running fast and delivering continuous ROI.

Driver Testing and Certification

Mirantis provides coding, testing and maintenance for OpenStack drivers to help infrastructure companies integrate with OpenStack and deliver innovation to cloud customers and operators. Learn More

Certification Exam

Know OpenStack? Prove it. An IT professional who has earned the Mirantis® Certificate of Expertise in OpenStack has demonstrated the skills, knowledge, and abilities needed to create, configure, and manage OpenStack environments.

OpenStack Bootcamp

New to OpenStack and need the skills to run an OpenStack cluster yourself? Our bestselling 3 day course gives you the hands-on knowledge you need.

The #1 Pure Play OpenStack Company

Some vendors choose to “improve” OpenStack by salting it with their own exclusive technology. At Mirantis, we’re totally committed to keeping production open source clouds free of proprietary hooks or opaque packaging. When you choose to work with us, you stay in full control of your infrastructure roadmap.

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Mirantis and Google bring Kubernetes and Docker to OpenStack
Nick Chase, OpenStack:Now - March 2, 2015

This week Mirantis and Google announced a joint project to enable developers to install and run Kubernetes applications on OpenStack with the click of a few buttons. The project uses the OpenStack-related Application Catalog project, Murano, treating Kubernetes as just another app and taking the pain out of getting it set up and working properly.

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IBM Bluemix, the “one dashboard to manage all your clouds”
Jodi Smith, OpenStack:Now - February 25, 2015

As Network World puts it, “everyone’s going container crazy.” Containers are incredibly hot, thanks to Docker’s meteoric rise, but really, containers are just a cloud application building block. What’s more important is what developers do with them. Hence, cloud vendors are embracing Docker, competing to create the best method to enable container-based cloud application development. They know that developers are the new kingmakers—whoever succeeds in courting cloud developers wins.

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Integrating OpenStack and Kubernetes with Murano
Nick Chase, Mirantis Blog - February 24, 2015

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.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6 upgrades networking, storage
Nick Chase, OpenStack:Now - February 23, 2015

Following on last week's release of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.5, this week, the company release Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6. In addition to bringing the software up to OpenStack Juno, it includes networking and storage enhancements targeted at enterprises and telecommunications companies.

Big Switch and PLUMGrid open online networking playgrounds
Nick Chase, OpenStack:Now - February 23, 2015

One problem with testing sophisticated OpenStack networking features and products is access to those products. This week both Big Switch and PlumGrid tackled this problem by making test environments available online for users to try out.