The primary objective of OpenInfra Labs is to deliver open source tools to run cloud, container, AI, machine learning and edge workloads repeatedly and predictably.
What’s happening with StarlingX, TripleO, Ironic and how you can get involved.
At the Open Infra Summit, PTG and Forum, the StarlingX community and Edge Computing Working Group worked together on edge computing requirements from remotely managing edge sites to reference architectures.
500 telecom insiders talk ambitious rollouts and challenges.
Following the recent first release of StarlingX, here’s a breakdown of the main components and how you can get involved.
Cutting edge open source projects are driving this architectural shift even further, says AT&T’s Gnanavelkandan Kathirvel.
A peek inside the architecture and what’s ahead at the Berlin Summit.
“Open source really helps us on two fronts: one is cost and the other speed,” says AT&T CTO Andre Fuetsch.
“It’s really important to understand that edge is not just one thing, it’s a lot of different things — it’s containers but not just containers…” says Verizon’s Beth Cohen.
Hear experts from Verizon, Ericsson, China Mobile, Intel, Cisco and more in May.