HP Cloud Back from Hong Kong Recharged and Ready for Some Icehouse

The OpenStack immersion at last week’s Summit was taken to a whole new level in Hong Kong with enough content to keep even the most dedicated technologist overwhelmed. With so many projects and opportunities for participation it certainly was a challenge for individuals or even company teams to properly take in all the content. Thus, I spent my week providing a daily recap of all that HP offered the community: Day 1 - Day 2 – Day 3 – Day 4 – Video Playlist

 

For those of you who missed the big news of the event, HP announced the release of Project Horizon as the new management console for our HP Public Cloud offering. Taking advantage of the variety of technologies from the OpenStack community enables HP to add value to our customers as well as contribute back.

 
 

HP also demonstrated the updated HP Cloud OS with Horizon for customers looking for an instant OpenStack cloud running on our latest hardware, Moonshot. Having a SaaS enabled cloud in the browser provides a simplified approach to cloud access and configuration.

 
 

Finally, HP congratulates the OpenStack community on a fantastic event and looks forward to all the code reviews, critical bugs, and endless testing on our way to Atlanta and Icehouse. 

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Stephen Spector is a HP Cloud Evangelist promoting the OpenStack based clouds at HP for hybrid, public, and private clouds . He was previous...


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