Technologies to watch 2013: OpenStack cloud backers hope 2013 is the year of user adoption

By Brandon Butler, Network World |  Cloud Computing, OpenStack

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Vendors are taking different approaches to their involvement in OpenStack. Some, like Rackspace and HP, have built their public cloud computing product based on OpenStack code; Dell has committed to doing this strategy as well. Others, like Linux distribution companies Red Hat, Canonical and SUSE, are all each working on their own supported distributions of OpenStack code in 2013 for end users to build private clouds. These moves are expected to extend the user base of OpenStack beyond the initial use cases already seen in the market.


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