The human resources leader deploys private clouds in every data center, with virtual machines (VMs) and bare metal.
OpenStack enables Workday services to be tested at scale without increasing operational cost nor capital expenditure.
Edgar Magana, cloud operations architect at Workday and member of the OpenStack User Committee, talks about Workday's cloud ops and its team's contributions to OpenStack.
How Workday uses Kubernetes to achieve zero downtime for large-scale production software-as-a-service.
There's no perfect path to adopting OpenStack in your company, but here are some principles that can guide you towards successfully introducing the software.
Edgar Magana, cloud operations architect at Workday, explains how operators can give feedback to the community, why it's important and how to get started.
Vote for one of the four finalists: AT&T, Betfair, DreamHost, Workday Inc. The winner will be announced at the Austin Summit.
Tips on polishing your application for the Superuser Awards. Deadline for applications for the Vancouver Summit is April 15.
If it’s changing the world it’s probably powered by OpenStack -- and many of those users will be at the Sydney Summit says Mark Collier.
Here are some of our favorite user stories from 2017 -- we want to tell yours, too.
For best results, treat OpenStack like any software development project says Stan Chan, chief architect.
It's been a busy year in the container world - here are some of Superuser's top stories and tutorials.
Unsure which talks to pick at the upcoming conference? We've got you covered.
Some common questions answered about the 17th edition of OpenStack.
Attendees at the first European Operator’s Meetup talked pet peeves - and shared resources for fixing them.
News flash: Bimodal IT doesn't have to be a nightmare. Also, AT&T grabs the Superuser award and a vodka-drinking bear took the stage on day one of the keynotes.
To make meetups more productive and useful, Edgar Magana at Workday proposes smaller, operator-focused gatherings.
Three important things you missed in 2016 that will shape the coming year.
Why the mid-cycle meetup is a trend to watch in the evolution of software development in the cloud era.
Three community members talk bigger, badder startups, fewer "experimental" deployments and more.