#33 OpenStack: Cloud computing built on Python

Released Tuesday, 10th November 2015
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You've probably heard of Infrastructure-as-a-services (IaaS) cloud providers such as Amazon's AWS, with EC2 in particular, and to a lesser degree Microsoft's Azure cloud platform. But have you hear of OpenStack? It is an incredibly powerful IaaS platform which you can buy as a service or install in your own data center to build your own private cloud (yeah, private clouds, that's a thing). Flavio Percoco, who works at Red Hat and spends his days writing Python code for OpenStack is here to tell us all about it!

Links from the show:

OpenStack: openstack.org
Starter Kit: governance.openstack.org/reference/tags/starter-ki…
Flavio on Twitter: @flaper87

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