OpenStack Havana Adds Orchestration and Monitoring to Open Source Cloud

The open-source OpenStack Foundation is out today with its latest milestone release, code-named Havana. The OpenStack Havana release includes new projects for cloud orchestration and monitoring and improves on existing compute, storage and networking capabilities.

Increased participation in the open-source project has led to new features being contributed and developed, Jonathan Bryce, executive director of the OpenStack Foundation, explained to eWEEK. OpenStack got its start three years ago as a joint effort of NASA and Rackspace and has since grown to include the participation and support of such leading IT vendors as IBM, HP, Cisco and Dell, among others. For the Havana release, more than 900 contributors from 145 organizations were part of the development effort.

Read the full story at eWeek:
OpenStack Havana Heats Up the Cloud

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