SUSE has rebranded its OpenStack server to reflect the DefCore initiative, upgrading it to Juno and adding support for Hadoop and MapR through Sahara.
OpenStack is meant to be pluggable; you should be able to swap out components as necessary (or desired). Normally, we're talking about hardware--as long as you have the proper drivers, you can use pretty much any hardware to run your OpenStack cloud--but it also applies to additional systems such as Software Defined Networking components.ContrailjuniperJuniper networksMirantis OpenStackMOSNetworkingneutronOpencontrail
SUSE has rebranded its OpenStack server to reflect the DefCore initiative, upgrading it to Juno and adding support for Hadoop and MapR through Sahara. The software, formerly known as SUSE Cloud, is now known as SUSE OpenStack Cloud 5, and includes improvements to networking and deployment, as well as a new services-oriented architecture.suse
HP released a new line of servers this week. Based on open standards and aimed at the service provider market, the Cloudline server line is being produced in partnership with China's Foxconn Original Device Manufacturer (ODM).cloudlineHP