ODS Video: OpenStack Interoperability Lab

As OpenStack cloud innovation progresses, we’re focused on finding ways to fully automate OpenStack deployment. As regular readers know, part of this goal sees us work with technology vendors across the gamut of hardware, networking and storage solutions to test, validate and guarantee their components. The aim? To drive quality of deployment and scale for the enterprise.

Listen to Corey Bryant from our OpenStack engineering team describe how we’re working with vendors within our OpenStack Interoperability Lab (OIL) to validate code quickly and easily. Hear how speed of deployment is only one of the benefits realised; quality and quality of scale is taking significant time and pain out of OpenStack deployments and dramatically hastening time-to-market for a host of companies.

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