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Adaptive Computing Joins OpenStack Community

Adaptive Computing today announced that it has joined the OpenStack Foundation to bring its vast expertise in policy-based optimization to the OpenStack community. The company’s Moab OpenStack-based solution provides flexible policy-based optimization that enables enterprises to use their existing management tools to automate service performance and cost optimization for OpenStack-based environments.

With over a decade of expertise in policy-based optimization and our experience supporting the TORQUE open source community, we believe Adaptive is well suited to be a strong contributor to the OpenStack community,” says Adaptive Computing’s CEO Rob Clyde. “With the additional Moab solution for OpenStack, we can give enterprises greater flexibility by leveraging their metrics, monitoring, templates and training to automatically manage and adapt to cloud services to meet business needs, no matter what the future brings.”

With proof of concept deployments at several customer sites, Adaptive Computing will showcase OpenStack capabilities at VM World in San Francisco next week. Read the Full Story.

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