What’s next for OpenStack?



on 29 November 2012

Tags: OpenStack

As it becomes mainstream the scope of the project continues to grow. The new video in the series looks at what’s making OpenStack such a powerful force and asks what’s coming next.

Our latest video takes you through:

  • The growth of OpenStack
  • The next set of innovations around the corner
  • The likely structure of future organisational adoptions

If you’re a big enterprise or service provider thinking about your cloud infrastructure then you can find out what’s next with OpenStack here.


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