Enabling OpenStack with Intel Cloud For All – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 429

December 17th, 2015 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: In this livecast from OpenStack Summit Tokyo, Ruchi Bhargava, Engineering Manager and Hybrid Cloud Program Owner at Intel stops by to talk about Intel’s work within the OpenStack community and how we’re seeing a lot more large scale deployments of OpenStack within Enterprise. She highlights how Intel’s Cloud for All Initiative is working to remove any barriers to Enterprise adoption of OpenStack and is dedicating two 1,000-node clusters that will be open to all developers in the community to test their code at scale with the objective of improving the overall scalability and performance of the OpenStack platform. Ruchi also talks about how Intel is working with Rackspace to assemble developer teams through the OpenStack Innovation Center (OSIC) that will work to address the key challenges facing the Openstack platform and further enable OpenStack adoption in Enterprise.

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