It’s the most important industry event of the year: At the OpenStack Summit in Berlin, developers and decision-makers from the IT industry will meet to discuss the fastest growing open source cloud system. Deutsche Telekom is one of the event’s headline sponsors.Artikel lesen
This is where it began, 6 years ago, at Rackspace's home turf, with the first summit. 75 participants met in a hotel conference room back then. I have been to 4 summits – my first was San Francisco (Grizzly design summit) and I was actually overwhelmed there by seeing ~1000 attendees and giving a keynote in front of them talking about our OpenStack based hosting platform for Business Marketplace. This can't possibly grow much more, the hype must go over, I thought. How wrong I was – there's been a steady growth and we see ~7500 attendees from all over the world in Austin this time.Artikel lesen
The OpenStack Summit in Barcelona was particularly important for Telekom trainee Oliver Klippel, who gave a presentation with his co-workers. This post explains what his professional training as an IT specialist has to do with OpenStack and what the Cloud Kindergarten is.Artikel lesen
The Open Telekom Cloud works optimally with other OpenStack-based clouds: That this is indeed the case for Telekom’s public cloud offering, which has now been certified by the OpenStack Foundation. In order to receive certification, the cloud platform had to pass hundreds of tests.Artikel lesen
With the new Open Telekom Cloud Hybrid Solution Telekom is filling a gap in the OpenStack market. That’s because more than half of companies are already using a hybrid cloud model. The new hybrid service is based on open architecture and will make it easier for companies to move into the cloud.