Netflix's director of engineering talked about collaboration driven by industry in a grassroots way with Spinnaker, an open-source, continuous deployment platform.
With more than 50 projects including in the Big Tent, Mike Perez emphasizes the need for cross project collaboration, including more widespread involvement.
Kathy Cacciatore, OpenStack Foundation consulting marketing manager, reports from the first OPNFV Summit.
Together, OPNFV and OpenStack provide a comprehensive, innovative and constantly evolving set of NFV capabilities for end users, says Brandon Wick of The Linux Foundation.
In the next five years, Individual Director Rob Hirschfeld says that he expects the community governance and interaction models being developed now will endure beyond the code.
The LAMP stack model sheds light on what’s next in open infrastructure.
Community innovation and collaboration serve as the inspiration for the first Open Source Summit.
“What we’ve really created,” says Bryce, “is a competitive marketplace for ideas that really values implementation and contribution.”
Mark Collier, OpenStack Foundation COO, lays it on the line in day two of the Summit keynote. Also, smart cities, even smarter scientists and the next Hackathon.
Collaboration is key with these two powerhouse open-source platforms.
Heather Kirksey, executive director of OPNFV, explains the OPNFV project, its work to help the telecom industry realize network functions virtualization (NFV) as an open source project, and how OPNFV works with OpenStack.
Midokura opens its startup playbook, highlighting the importance of collaboration in the ecosystem and offering tips for fellow startups.
Years of collaboration in the making, Ildiko Vancsa offers a preview of this much-awaited feature in the Queens release.
How the NeCTAR Research Cloud is breaking down silos, improving collaboration, and dramatically reducing the time it takes to access disparate data sources in the research community.
“We’re not going to beat the competition by raising more money or being smarter than they are,” Anderson said at the Linux Collaboration Summit. “We’ll do it by being more open.”
Allison Randal, the president of the Open Source Initiative describes how open source fosters collaboration and drives innovation.
This week at KubeCon North America, get plugged in to collaborative initiatives between the OpenStack and Kubernetes communities.
As the OSF focuses on open infrastructure, get ready to experience a new Summit.
Tom Fifield, OpenStack community manager, talks to SuperuserTV about the benefits of combining developers and operators in a new OpenStack Summit component called the Forum, which replaced the Design Summit that took place during previous Summits. This new event removes the divide between developers and users, supporting more strategic conversations, such as how OpenStack engages with adjacent communities. […]
"OCI is an important place for the container ecosystem to come together and drive common formats across tools and deployments," says James Kulina, member of the Kata Containers Working Committee.