Architecting open source public cloud: DIY vs. managed services

OpenStack in Support of Public Cloud


As OpenStack adoption takes wing, some organizations will try to cobble together their own platforms, given that the software is largely in the public open source domain—however only 21% of them choose a do-it-yourself course.

Unless you have a dedicated OpenStack staff to deploy, support, and maintain the new developments and iterations of OpenStack as they become available, that kind of strategy won’t deliver on your public cloud endeavors.

Access this report to discover OpenStack’s future integral role in delivering IT orchestration for public cloud integration, along with on-premises private cloud and hosted OpenStack environments. You’ll learn from two organizations how to build open source public cloud environments by partnering with the right trusted, managed provider, and more.

Red Hat
01 May 2017
31 Dec 2016
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