1OpenStack Summit Vancouver Defines Open Infrastructure Efforts
The first OpenStack Summit of 2018 ran from May 21-24, in Vancouver, B.C., highlighting both the open-source OpenStack cloud platform as well as an expanded array of open infrastructure efforts. At the event, the OpenStack Foundation announced the 1.0 version of Kata Containers, providing organizations with a new technology to help isolate and secure application container workloads. The Zuul continuous integration, continuous deployment (CI/CD) project was also announced as a new stand-alone effort from the OpenStack Foundation. In this slide show, eWEEK looks at some of the highlights of the 2018 OpenStack Summit Vancouver event.
2From OpenStack to Open Infrastructure
3Co-located With the OpenDev Conference
4Mark Shuttleworth Takes Aim at Rivals
5Red Hat Details Intersection of Kubernetes and OpenStack
6Zuul Goes Stand-alone
7Kata Containers 1.0 Release
8Myriad Corporations Sponsor OpenStack Summit
9Next Stop Berlin, Germany
The next OpenStack Summit is scheduled for Nov. 13-15.