Veritas has announced the launch of Veritas HyperScale for OpenStack, a new software-defined storage solution during the OpenStack Summit.
IBM and Red Hat have announced a strategic collaboration designed to help enterprises benefit from the OpenStack platform’s speed and economics.
SUSE has entered into an agreement with HPE to acquire technology and talent that will expand its OpenStack IaaS solution and accelerate its entry into the growing Cloud Foundry PaaS market.
IT is heading towards being something more akin to a utility service, transformed by OpenStack’s open standardised cloud architecture, which will improve interoperability and render vendor lock-in a thing of the past.
Mirantis, a pure play OpenStack company, has acquired a $100 million investment from Goldman Sachs.
Red Hat has recently reported that it has made the necessary adjustments to the open source OpenStack cloud hosting software for easier deployment within enterprises.
IBM has recently launched IBM Cloud OpenStack Services, which allows customers to run OpenStack jobs both in-house and in the IBM SoftLayer cloud, with minimal headache moving applications back and forth.
Cisco has expanded its Videoscape TV services delivery platform to include a host of new cloud video capabilities, including a Videoscape ‘as-a-service’ offering and open cloud software technologies based on OpenStack.
IT analyst firm Gartner placed ‘Software Defined Anything’ in its list for Top IT Trends for 2014. Within the storage market, software-defined storage is rapidly gaining importance and becoming a growing market trend in the Middle East.
OpenStack has grown into a true enterprise proposition, according to Rackspace VP of Technology and Products, Nigel Beighton.