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OpenStack is a widely used, open source cloud operating system managed by the non-profit OpenInfra Foundation, which claims deployment on over 40 million compute cores. With OpenStack, users can “automate all the IT things,” including provisioning, user self-service, cost reporting and billing, and other features.
Major software, hardware, and cloud vendors support OpenInfra, including Ericsson, Meta, Microsoft, and Red Hat. Pure Storage has been a long-time supporter of OpenStack, contributing over 50,000 lines of code to various projects, including 22,000 for Cinder.
Pure is continuing its support this year by being a sponsor of the OpenInfra Summit, June 13-15, 2023, at the Vancouver Convention Centre. You can find us at booth #A12. We’re also sponsoring a happy hour on Tuesday, June 13, at 5 pm local time at Brass Fish Tavern, which is just a few minutes’ walk from the convention center. Pure’s OpenStack contributor and expert, Simon Dodsley, will be on hand. Brass Fish has over 250 whiskeys to try! Please register here to attend.
Pure has had a long-time focus on optimizing its storage for use with OpenStack. While an overall OpenStack deployment can be complex, Pure helps simplify the block storage portion by offering easy integrations via
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