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OpenStack - The Great Revolution of Cloud Computing

Published on 23 April 16
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These days, everything related to Cloud Computing (Cloud Computing) is fashionable. If you are not yet familiar with this technology, I recommend reading an article about OpenStack Training. I also recommend reading ways that cloud computing technology is changing the IT landscape.

Now, in all products, technologies and services related to Cloud Computing, nothing is causing more anger and revolution that a project called OpenStack.

OpenStack is an original initiative of the company RackSpace and NASA in order to develop an open source software that allows the installation of an "infrastructure as a service (IaaS)", which allows you to create and manage large groups of virtual private servers on a cloud computing environment.

OpenStack was officially launched on July 18, 2010, its popularity increased rapidly between large companies looking for a fast entry into the cloud computing market as HP, Dell, IBM, Oracle, Red Hat and Cisco. Many small businesses are also working with OpenStack as a way to get create cloud computing solutions through an existing code.

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Basically, the objectives of the OpenStack initiative are:

  1. Support interoperability between cloud services.
  2. Allow companies to build a cloud to Amazon style within their own data centers.

OpenStack is available for free under the Apache 2.0 license. This open source project is seen as something so revolutionary, that the media constantly refer to OpenStack as "the Linux of the Cloud".

From a purely technical standpoint, OpenStack architecture is completely modular, currently consists of three components: Compute, Storage, Image Service.

  • · OpenStack Compute: a controller "fabric" cloud computing for provisioning and management of large networks of virtual machines (VMs).
  • · OpenStack Object Storage: is a scalable storage system that provides support for storing objects and blocks.
  • · Image Service: is a delivery service that provides discovery and registration of virtual disk images.

If you are interested in trying this great solution, you can enter the website TekSlate, where you can get OpenStack training course to immediately access OpenStack without having much experience in this field.

We are already testing with OpenStack in our laboratories, in this way, we continually transferring knowledge and experience of this revolutionary technology throughout our community.

Your opinions are important to us. Please leave us your comments and questions just below this article.

Thank you very much for your help!



These days, everything related to Cloud Computing (Cloud Computing) is fashionable. If you are not yet familiar with this technology, I recommend reading an article about OpenStack Training. I also recommend reading ways that cloud computing technology is changing the IT landscape.

Now, in all products, technologies and services related to Cloud Computing, nothing is causing more anger and revolution that a project called OpenStack.

OpenStack is an original initiative of the company RackSpace and NASA in order to develop an open source software that allows the installation of an "infrastructure as a service (IaaS)", which allows you to create and manage large groups of virtual private servers on a cloud computing environment.

OpenStack was officially launched on July 18, 2010, its popularity increased rapidly between large companies looking for a fast entry into the cloud computing market as HP, Dell, IBM, Oracle, Red Hat and Cisco. Many small businesses are also working with OpenStack as a way to get create cloud computing solutions through an existing code.

Certified professionals get better jobs!

Basically, the objectives of the OpenStack initiative are:

  1. Support interoperability between cloud services.
  2. Allow companies to build a cloud to Amazon style within their own data centers.
OpenStack is available for free under the Apache 2.0 license. This open source project is seen as something so revolutionary, that the media constantly refer to OpenStack as "the Linux of the Cloud".

From a purely technical standpoint, OpenStack architecture is completely modular, currently consists of three components: Compute, Storage, Image Service.

  • · OpenStack Compute: a controller "fabric" cloud computing for provisioning and management of large networks of virtual machines (VMs).
  • · OpenStack Object Storage: is a scalable storage system that provides support for storing objects and blocks.
  • · Image Service: is a delivery service that provides discovery and registration of virtual disk images.
If you are interested in trying this great solution, you can enter the website TekSlate, where you can get OpenStack training course to immediately access OpenStack without having much experience in this field.

We are already testing with OpenStack in our laboratories, in this way, we continually transferring knowledge and experience of this revolutionary technology throughout our community.

Your opinions are important to us. Please leave us your comments and questions just below this article.

Thank you very much for your help!

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