OpenStack, the open source project designed to provide a collaborative approach to cloud computing, launched just three years ago. No doubt the project is already on pace to owning a large share of enterprise usage with high-volume, big-name participation. With this kind of momentum, OpenStack is not only being labeled as “the next Linux,” it is gaining adoption at a rate that will hit the same critical mass in five years that took Linux 15 years. High participation is an exciting thing, for sure, but is this influx of participants on the OpenStack bandwagon a true measure of enterprise dominance? Does an increase in hype mean an increase in enterprise adoption? While many technology pundits have their doubts, Pete Chadwick, senior product manager for cloud infrastructure at SUSE, shares practical, real-world arguments for why OpenStack will rule the enterprise.
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