VEXXHOST takes home the prize from this edition.
City Network takes home the prize from this edition.
The Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR) wins the Superuser Award at the OpenStack Summit Vancouver.
The Tencent TStack team won the Superuser Award at the OpenStack Summit Sydney.
It's a tie: Paddy Power Betfair and UKCloud won the Superuser Award at the OpenStack Summit Boston.
12 teams competed. China Mobile walked away with the award.
AT&T takes the fourth annual Superuser Award.
NTT Group takes the third annual Superuser Award
Comcast takes the second annual Superuser award, in a close race with finalists eBay, the National Supercomputer Center in Guangzhou and Walmart.
The winning team is presented the very first Superuser Award alongside fellow nominees and Honorable Mention.
Learn more about the 11 Superuser Awards nominees and support by sharing them with your audience on Twitter!
Learn more about the eight nominees and rate them by September 28.
Here we catch up with China Mobile and hear how they carry out in-depth practice of OpenStack as the cloud infrastructure, to build their NFV/SDN network.
Are you making a difference with open infrastructure? Nominate your team before September 15.
Learn more about the five nominees and rate them by October 8.
Are you making a difference with open infrastructure? Nominate your team before September 27.
Learn more about the four nominees and rate them by April 2.
How to make your application for the Superuser Awards stand out. Deadline for applications for the Denver Summit is March 22.
Are you making a difference with open infrastructure? Nominate your team by March 22.
Nominations for ninth edition are open until October 5.
A lot of behind-the-scenes work goes on in the community--these awards put a medal on it.
Superuser Awards nominations are open for the Vancouver Summit.
Leadership is not management, says former project team lead Lana Brindley. She offers tips on motivating, incentivizing and not getting charred in flame wars.
A lot of behind-the-scenes work goes on in the community--these medals recognize those efforts.
A lot of behind-the-scenes work goes on in the community--the first edition of these awards put a medal on it.
Vote for one of the four finalists: AT&T, Betfair, DreamHost, Workday Inc. The winner will be announced at the Austin Summit.
Teams of any size who are innovating with OpenStack while contributing to the community are invited to apply.
NTT Resonant operates goo, one of Japan’s leading web portals and Internet search engines
The first news out of the Summit Tokyo plus containers, crocs and the winner of the Superuser award
Vote for one of the four finalists: FICO, Lithium Technologies, GoDaddy, or Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT Group). The winner will be announced at the Tokyo Summit.
The Superuser Awards recognize teams using Open Infrastructure to meaningfully improve business and differentiate in a competitive industry, while also contributing back to the open source communities. They aim to cover the same mix of open technologies as our publication, namely OpenStack, Kubernetes, Kata Containers, Airship, StarlingX, Ceph, Tungsten Fabric, Open vSwitch, Zuul, Ansible and […]
Communities comprised of diverse individuals and companies united around the globe to celebrate OpenStack's ninth birthday, from Silicon Valley to the Pacific Northwest to the Far East.
Clint Byrum on how they've replaced slow, brittle Jenkins jobs with highly parallelized, more realistic Zuul test jobs.
Amrith Kumar, OpenStack Trove PTL, reflects on the inaugural PTG and shares what he hopes to see in future events.
Increased investment, adoption signal strength of the local community.
Jonathan Bryce, OpenStack Foundation executive director, gets out his compass.
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.
Talking in person at design sessions makes OpenStack developers more efficient, says Marek Denis, CERN openlab research fellow.
Thanks to OpenStack, this German startup is fueling the data furnace market.