Red Hat has been bringing innovations in the existing technologies to seek a future of success and profit. Open Stack project is one of them. Though it is said to arrive late in the world of computers and technology, still it is nothing-less-than a blessing with its significant most feature i.e. scalability. Launched in July 2010, the project has been welcomed warm-heartedly in the world of IT.
Specifications and Declarations:
- Jonathan Bryce, chairman of the Open Stack Project Policy Board is quite confident of the project’s success and says ‘we’re not talking about [using OpenStack to run a] cloud of 100 servers or even 1,000 servers, but tens of thousands of servers. Other options out there aren’t really considering that scale’.
- Associated and involved with 144 companies and about 1200 members, it is said to be the fastest growing open-source project.
- Dell Open Stack Cloud Solution: Dell along with open source project has associated the software with its computer’s server.
- Beta Public Cloud Service: this service has been launched by Hp along with open source project.
- NASA Ames Research Center: The project is benefitted to have NASA’s installment of its all computational components.
- Its internal cloud can save large amount of memory and space.
- John-Engates – Rackspace: John, the chief technology officer at Rackspace said that the numerous features of this project make it palatable for organizations and firms.
- Key Stone Project: This project will aid in integrating the open stack with identity management system of organizations.
- The project is developed to be operated as single stand-alone identity.
“2011 was the year for building the base of the product, but I think 2012 is where we really start to use that base for a lot of private and public clouds,” Engates said.