SUSE Cloud Launches Open Source OpenStack Offering

SUSE is officially making its OpenStack-based Open cloud offering widely available. The Linux vendor has been working on its OpenStack distribution for much of the year, with the first public beta debuting back in June.

The new SUSE Cloud can be used for both public and private cloud deployments and adds yet another option for enterprises looking to deploy a commercially supported OpenStack distribution. OpenStack started out in June 2010 as an effort led by NASA and Rackspace. It has since grown to include all of the major Linux distributions, including Ubuntu and Red Hat as well as major IT vendors such as HP, Dell, IBM and Cisco.

Since the SUSE Cloud offering entered beta, developers have been fixing bugs, hardening the software for enterprise use, as well as working to include some additional innovation.


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SUSE Cloud Launches Open Source OpenStack Offering

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