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Not Everyone Believes That OpenStack Has Succeeded

Debate continues to swirl over whether OpenStack has emerged as a successful cloud computing platform in terms of actual deployments, or whether it is overhyped and immature.  Earlier this month, we reported on survey results from The OpenStack Foundation that showed that many enterprises are deploying or plan to deploy the platform.

Now, though, Gartner Research Director Allessandro Perilli, is out with an essay that paints a much gloomier picture of actual OpenStack deployments. Perilli was at OpenStack Summit, too, where there were numerous promising announcements surrounding the platform.

 




 
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