Open Talk on OpenStack

Douglas Jarvis

By: Douglas Jarvis

March 7, 2014 10:11 am





In a rapidly evolving cloud infrastructure marketplace, OpenStack has emerged as the leading open source project for building IaaS clouds.  The project has fostered a collaborative environment within the IT industry.  This has led to the formation of a broad OpenStack ecosystem that has helped propel the project’s technical advancement and drive user adoption.

With so much momentum the question really becomes where does OpenStack go from here in 2014 and beyond?  And how does the OpenStack community continue to drive innovation as users’ needs change and help drive even more enterprise adoption?

SUSE recently sat down with Forrester principal analyst, James Staten and OpenStack board members Rob Hirschfeld and Alan Clark for a roundtable discussion on these questions and more.  Check out the video to see what they had to say.

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