19 articles from Rob LeFebvre
Private cloud bolsters growth for the online community software company.
"We need to remember that open infrastructure is a non-zero sum game,” says Red Hat’s Mark McLoughlin.
A stem-to-stern rundown of what it is and what it can do for you.
One of the largest car insurers in the country is powered by Kubernetes, OpenShift and OpenStack.
How the retailer is using OpenStack on a massive scale: 10,000 cores and 350,000 virtual machines in production.
"Our contemporary free and open source software world’s continued reliance on proprietary tools and services suggests that we failed to learn from our experience with Linux and BitKeeper,” says Benjamin Mako Hill.
Mark Shuttleworth from Canonical and Joseph Wang from Inwinstack talk about the new initiatives at Carnegie Mellon University around 5G and OpenStack.
It can be a struggle to deploy OpenStack in a large company like American Airlines, here are some strategies on how to win it.
Talal AlBakr explains how a $38 billion telecom company in Saudi Arabia used OpenStack to create a massive public cloud.
Oath's James Penick reminds us that migrating a massive hyperscale infrastructure to OpenStack is doable, but it does take time and some social strategies.
One of the largest banks in the world, Australia's Commonwealth, uses OpenStack as the basis of its entire data management platform.
Sean Roberts, director of technical management at WalmartLabs, shares what's next for his team.
Six reasons OpenStack can fail and a few solutions to make sure it doesn’t.
Collaboration is key with these two powerhouse open-source platforms.
On stage at OpenStack Days Silicon Valley, Puppet CEO Luke Kanies talks myths and realities surrounding DevOps.
“What we’ve really created,” says Bryce, “is a competitive marketplace for ideas that really values implementation and contribution.”
FIWARE Lab covers 15 regions spread across Europe and Latin America, serving 5,000 public IP addresses, over 1,500 users and 1,500 virtual machines.
DIY ethos meets robust solutions for small teams.
Satellite-based internet soars with OpenStack.