17 articles from Jordan Bresler
Two Blue Box engineers share a first-hand account of the problems and solutions that they’ve encountered in their experience operating OpenStack clouds.
Flavio Percoco, Zaqar PTL, describes the updates we can expect to see in the Kilo release cycle.
Anne Gentle discusses changes in the documentation process for Kilo and Thierry Carrez touches on the challenges of meeting the changing demands for release cycle management.
Kyle Mestery walks through the updates to Neutron that are planned for the next OpenStack release.
Wes Jossey, Tapjoy's Head of Operations, outlines the company's success with OpenStack during the Paris Summit
OpenStack Superusers discuss their influence on software trajectory.
Alejandro Comisario and Leandro Reox discuss the evolution of OpenStack within their organization.
July marks OpenStack's 4th birthday and we're celebrating this year by spotlighting user groups from around the world.
Superusers at the Atlanta Summit talk about their experiences working with partners and vendors using OpenStack
Superusers open up about OpenStack community impact on their internal teams
Superusers at the Atlanta Summit reveal the competitive advantages they experience as part of the OpenStack community
Superusers discuss the benefits of getting involved within the OpenStack community
The second day of the Atlanta Summit feature keynotes from superusers about how OpenStack helps them innovate quickly and stay agile.
Randall Sobie, a research scientist and professor within the Institute of Particle Physics at the University of Victoria, is working on initiatives like the ATLAS Experiment to better understand what makes up our universe.
Troy Toman, the Vice President of Cloud Infrastructure Products at Rackspace, provides an inside look at how Rackspace is thinking about continuous delivery.
A collection of major OpenStack users discuss their deployments, including Tim Bell from CERN, Reinhardt Quelle from Cisco Webex, Ryan Lane from Wikimedia, Saran Mandair from PayPal, Hui Cheng from Sina.com, and JC Martin from eBay.
The future for Yahoo! Japan is bright, and OpenStack will play a pivotal role.