Category Archives: OpenStack

The case for an OpenStack Public Cloud WG

When OpenStack was launched five years ago, public and private clouds were equally important. The first two users were NASA and Rackspace, representing the private and public use cases, and AWS API compatibility was an important feature. People were starting to (mis)use the H word, referring to “hybrid clouds” when they really meant “hybrid applications”, […]

Two essential talks from the Vancouver OpenStack Summit

If you care about the evolution of OpenStack, there are two talks from the Vancouver Summit which you need to watch. First, Randy Bias’s State of the Stack: Then Openstack Is Doomed And It Is Your Fault by @termie (Andy Smith): This is not about what’s right or wrong (although both Randy and Andy get […]

My vBrownBag talk on Cloud Service Federation

While I was at the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver last week, I did a vBrownBag talk on the project we’re launching to federate OpenStack services.

OpenStack Podcast

I was interviewed by Niki and Jeff on the OpenStack Podcast this morning. I had a blast.