- Last week’s Open Infrastructure Summit conference highlighted key cloud management partnerships between OpenStack and public cloud providers.
- This week, during Red Hat Summit, we expect the company to focus on OpenShift’s ability to accelerate multi-cloud deployments as well.
This year’s Open Infrastructure Summit, held in Denver, reflected the culmination of the past year’s progress in important hybrid and multi-cloud management advancements, helping to clarify the role traditional infrastructure providers will play in enterprise DevOps strategies. This role is being realized through partnerships with public cloud providers where Cisco, VMware, and others are integrating their core data center technologies with the evolving cloud management platforms offered by Microsoft, Amazon, and Google, enabled through standard interconnect protocols (please see “Open Infrastructure Summit 2019: Data Center Giants Cisco and VMware Hitch Their Wagons to Multiple Cloud Partners,” May 6, 2019). Continue reading “Open Infrastructure Summit 2019: Cloud Providers and Data Center Giants Link Arms to Achieve Multiple Cloud Management”
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