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On July 8, Red Hat released version 5 of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform. RHELOSP 5.0 is based on April’s Icehouse release of OpenStack, plus RH Enterprise Linux 7, and RH Enterprise Virtualization 3.4 — both released last month. The new spin will offer three years of support, double that of RHELOSP 4, released seven months ago.
Is your head swimming with Icehouse information yet? By now you have certainly heard that the ninth OpenStack’s version, Icehouse, has been released. The most prominent features, such as rolling compute upgrades, improved object storage replication, tighter integration of networking and compute functionality, and federated identity services, have gotten a lot of airtime, but with more than 350 implemented blueprints, there’s a lot more below the surface of this particular iceberg. We’ll be going into some technical depth on many of the new features of Icehouse in our webinar on April 24, but in the meantime we wanted to give you a taste of what’s available.
After 6 months of intensive development, OpenStack Icehouse was released today. With an increased focus on users, manageability and scalability, it's meant to be more "enterprise friendly" than previous releases. Here are some of the quick facts from the OpenStack Foundation: Looking for a more technical view of what's new? Don't forget to register for What's New In OpenStack Icehouse, …