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How about a CaaPuccino? Krish and Rob discuss containers, platforms, hybrid issues around Kubernetes and OpenStack.

CaaPuccino: A frothy mix of containers and platforms.

Check out Krish Subramanian’s (@krishnan) Modern Enterprise podcast (audio here) today for a surprisingly deep and thoughtful discussion about how frothy new technologies are impacting… 985 more words

What's going on with Intel and OpenStack?

Is Intel backing away from the OpenStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud? Good question, but I don’t see it happening myself.

The story that questions Intel’s commitment to OpenStack was sparked by news that Intel was pulling out of its… 555 more words


Why Open Source Cloud Computing NEEDS hackathons aka usability testing of CICD pipelines

TL;DR: when are we going to get all these Open Source cloud projects in a room together with developers from both sides of the stack so we can understand how to work together better? 960 more words

Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 (Newton) Installation and Configuration Guide


In this article we will setup an OpenStack environment based off Newton using the Red Hat OpenStack Platform. OpenStack is OpenStack but every distribution differs in what capabilities or technologies are supported and how OpenStack is installed, configured as well as upgraded. 2,539 more words


Microsoft Is Reportedly Eyeing This Cloud Monitoring Company

Microsoft is talking about buying Cloudyn, a cloud monitoring company out of Israel, according to a report in Israeli publication Calcalist.

Whether that’s true or not, Cloudyn isn’t saying much. 315 more words


Red Hat Virtualization 4.1 is LIVE!

Today marks another milestone in the evolution of our flagship virtualization platform, Red Hat Virtualization (RHV), as we announce the release of version 4.1. There are well over 165 new features, and while I don’t have the space to cover all of the new features, I would like to highlight some of them, especially in the area of integration. 421 more words


Mirantis launches its new OpenStack and Kubernetes cloud platform

Mirantis, one of the earliest players in the OpenStack ecosystem, today announced that it will end-of-life Mirantis OpenStack support in September 2019. The Mirantis Cloud Platform, which combines OpenStack with the Kubernetes container platform (or which could even be used to run Kubernetes separately), is going to take its place. 323 more words