Infographic: OpenStack Interoperability Lab explained

OIL (short for OpenStack Interoperability Lab) is an integration lab by Canonical, where we repeatedly test our cloud partners’ products, in countless Ubuntu OpenStack configurations. OIL demonstrates why our solution is trustworthy and the preferred choice over competing solutions.

The infographic below introduces the basic facts about OIL and interoperability, provides figures on OIL performance and explains how your business can benefit from becoming an OIL partner.

 

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