Tag Archives: cloud infrastructure

November 29, 2018

OpenStack Adopts New Framework for Open Infrastructure

By Jean S. Bozman The Open Stack Foundation (OSF) is changing its structure by adopting a new framework that will allow it to support open-source projects that did not originate with OpenStack. This move will allow OpenStack to bring in dozens of new projects for incubation within the OpenStack Foundation incubation within the OpenStack Foundation, and […]

November 22, 2017

Oracle Exadata x7 + Oracle Database 18c = New Engines for Oracle Cloud

By Jean S. Bozman The Exadata engineered system has already proved itself to be a foundation for Oracle’s overall strategy for the hybrid cloud. As a modular system, its resources can be scaled out, adding nodes for compute and storage independently. That fits the bursting and flexing model for enterprise clouds. Now, Oracle is looking […]

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November 17, 2017

OpenStack Changes Its Testing Process to Widen Adoption

By Jean S. Bozman The OpenStack Foundation is moving into a new stage. Known for its community-style development of open-source building-blocks for cloud infrastructure, the organization has realized it must change the way it presents the OpenStack platform so that its technology can become more widely adopted. Those changes were made clear at the OpenStack […]

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