The output of the open source community that supports OpenStack has paved the way for the telecommunications industry, for example, to embrace the concept of Network Function Virtualisation (NFV), and provide it with a means of building edge computing environments.
Its contributors have also laid the groundwork for the Foundation to offer greater support for application developers with its forays into containers and continuous integration too.
In line with these developments, the Foundation has now sought to reposition itself in a way that fully encapsulates everything that OpenStack has to offer enterprises now – which is access to Open Infrastructure.
The Foundation has, by its own admission, previously struggled with how best to communicate to enterprises what exactly its technology does and how it stands to benefit them, but Open Infrastructure is succinct cover-all, said OpenStack Foundation chair Alan Clark.
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