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OpenStack Building Storyboard for the Software-Defined Economy

The open-source OpenStack Foundation isn't just out to remake the cloud; it's also trying to do its part to help enable a new software-defined economy as well. That's one of the key messages that emerged from the OpenStack Juno Summit that was held May 12-16 in Atlanta.

In a video interview at the Summit, executives from the OpenStack Foundation detailed why the software-defined economy matters and where OpenStack fits in. The OpenStack Foundation isn't just building cloud technology infrastructure either; it is also building the infrastructure technology needed to coordinate and build OpenStack itself. Read more at eWeek.

 

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