OpenStack, the project that powers over 75 public, as well as multiple private clouds, launched their 19th version of the software just recently and the latest release is just out of the world. In fact, if you have been following on their updates since 2010, you’d think after such a flurry of updates to this […]
I wonder if you had the same thought to serverless as I first did? I envisioned an empty data center, with no server racks. No more hot and cold aisles, no need to lift the floor tiles anymore to run a network cable (I know some of you have your cables in trays above the […]
Before apps were available in the cloud, or delivered through virtual desktops, IT pro’s would go from desk to desk, sometimes after hours to install a new app for a user or move data off their desktop over to a new system.
This week at the OpenStack Summit taking place in Vancouver, VMware announced VMware Integrated OpenStack (VIO) 5, and will be available in telco carrier and data center editions. This version is based on the OpenStack Queens release which was generally available on Feb. 28.
For OpenStack fans and those familiar with or working in a VMware environment; VMware Integrated OpenStack (VIO) 4.1 has been released. It’s based on the Ocata release of OpenStack, and supports the latest VMware products including vSphere 6.5 Update 1, VMware NSX for vSphere 6.3.5, VMware NSX-T 2.1. Think of VMware Integrated OpenStack...