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Ubuntu Starts Promising New Interoperability Lab for OpenStack

In mid October, Ubuntu 13.10 arrived, featuring close integration with Havana, the latest release of the OpenStack cloud computing platform. Ubuntu development is also now being kept in lockstep with OpenStack's development cycles, as Canonical, Ubuntu's parent company, steadily embraces the emerging cloud toolset.

Now, taking a further step, Canonical has announced the opening of the Ubuntu OpenStack Interoperability Lab (OIL), which features some heavy-hitting tech partners including Cisco, Dell, EMC, HP, IBM, Inktank/Ceph, Intel, Juniper and VMware. The lab will focus on integration testing and more.

 

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