Got five minutes? Verizon's Beth Cohen breaks down the basics of edge computing in this Superuser TV interview.
Verizon's cloud-in-a-box offering based on OpenStack delivers computing to the edge -- and your local coffee shop.
Superuser talks to Adrien Lebre, who co-chairs the OpenStack Fog, Edge and Distributed Computing Working Group.
At the recent OpenStack Summit Boston, Billy Felton and Andrew Hendrickson of Verizon along with Sanjay Mishra CEO of Talligent offered a look into the platform, its architecture and what's next as they deal with the challenges of edge computing.
Get involved with efforts to create a system that pairs high performance with the flexibility of cloud.
"Your technology should be woven in...if it’s woven in, you remove all the friction traditionally associated with selling to the enterprise.”
Alan Clark, Thierry Carrez, Chris Price and Mike Perez are some of the 26 interviews available now.
A highlight: a demo deploying OpenStack in just minutes with Amazon's Alexa.
"Cloud is not a single monolithic substance that somehow just works for everyone. Neither is a particular type of cloud the answer to everything," says Egle Sigler, a principal architect with Rackspace private cloud and recently elected OpenStack Individual Director.
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.
Authors Kevin Jackson, Cody Bunch and Egle Sigle launch an Easter egg challenge and talk about common misconceptions and the role of the new OpenStack Innovation Center.
Crystal ball: what pundits say is next for Cloud Native Computing Foundation, OpenStack and Kubernetes
What services and capabilities are next, whether the container ecosystem is poppycock and more in our weekly update.
Reference architectures and deployment templates simplify proof-of-concepts for popular OpenStack workloads
The Enterprise Working Group, in conjunction with industry-leading users, developed reference architectures for the most popular workloads on OpenStack—three-tier web applications, big data and eCommerce.
A new book by Michael Solberg and Ben Silverman titled "OpenStack for Architects" can show you how.
Stig Telfer and Blair Bethwaite talk HPC and the new OpenStack Scientific Research Working Group with Superuser TV.
Cost, compliance and capabilities are three of the qualities OpenStack users brought to the keynote stage for the first day of the Summit Boston.
From new users to product launches, updates and demos, the OpenStack Summit Boston hit it out of the park. Here's a news roundup from the Summit.
DreamHost's Jonathan LaCour on the benefits of this "more open, less magic" approach
MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) is a nominee for the Superuser Awards to be presented at the OpenStack Summit Boston, May 8-11.
Bright Computing provides 43 compute nodes with 1,100 CPU to 30 research groups at the Van Andel Institute (VAI) with a hybrid solution of high-performance compute (HPC) grid and cluster computing and cloud computing.