Walmart Embracing OpenStack and Open Source Culture at Scale – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 510

December 27th, 2016 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Andrew Mitry, Lead for OpenStack and Public Cloud at Walmart, joins us to discuss Walmart’s embrace of OpenStack and open source culture. Walmart, the world’s largest private employer, supports more than two million employees, eleven thousand stores, and 250 million weekly customers with a 170,000-core, 30-region OpenStack private cloud. In this interview, Mitry talks about engaging with OpenStack’s community, adopting open source culture, and how this is enabling Walmart to develop, deploy, and scale new services more rapidly.

For more information on Walmart’s work with OpenStack, please visit:
walmartlabs.com

And:
techbetter.com

Follow Mitry on Twitter at:
twitter.com/amitry

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