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PayPal’s Sri Shivananda shared the company’s latest milestone on the [PayPal blog]( https://www.paypal-community.com/t5/PayPal-Forward/PayPal-s-Front-End-Cloud-Powered-by-OpenStack/ba-p/959621?utm_source=twitter&awesm=awe.sm_fMRJb&utm_content=13611975&utm_medium=social#.VRHODimi0j0.twitter). PayPal has converted nearly 100 percent of its traffic serving web/application program interface apps and mid-tier services to run on its OpenStack-based private cloud. “OpenStack has been a key choice in our journey to drive agility and operational efficiencies,” says Shivananda. "In leveraging open source technology, it’s important that we engage with the community. We’re doing so as an active contributor to several OpenStack projects"
HP Helion’s Stephen Walli gives a great account as to why OpenStack is different from other open source projects. "Openstack is going through forced growth in a time frame that is a 20%-25% of the time of other large-scale successful open source-licensed infrastructure projects. Openstack continues to demonstrate enormous growth and participation," notes Walli.
The 2015 OpenStack T-Shirt Design Contest is live! You have until April 17, 2015 to submit a sketch of your design. The winning design will be featured on t-shirts to be given out at upcoming OpenStack events and the new online store.
— OpenStack (@OpenStack) March 25, 2015
— Rob Zelinka (@Rob_Zelinka) March 25, 2015
— Scott Sanchez (@scottsanchez) March 25, 2015
— Elizabeth K. Joseph (@pleia2) March 20, 2015
Awesome news our talk for #OpenStack Vancouver Summit has been accepted Thank you to all those that voted! We are excited to share our story
— Frans van Rooyen (@jfvanrooyen) March 20, 2015
Got our first #OpenStack deployment on decent hardware done today 🙂
— Dennis Dryden (@dennisdryden) March 25, 2015
— Ryan McAdams (@ryanmcadams) March 25, 2015
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I decided to let people spend hours discussing how they could spend hours reviewing code in #OpenStack. That leaves me more time to fix it.
— Julien Danjou (@juldanjou) March 25, 2015
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Oh, its that day of the month when I am mildly surprised someone pays me to work on my hobby. Luckiest dev in the world. #openstack
— Michael Still (@mikal) March 25, 2015
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