Hosting an event with so many talented people gives us a unique opportunity to steal a few minutes with members of the community who are working on the technologies that will form the future of cloud computing.
Today at LinuxCon and CloudOpen, we sat down with Jonathan Bryce of OpenStack. OpenStack has certainly received a lot of attention lately and is one of the projects everyone in the industry is watching very closely. And, one in which a lot of companies are investing and participating. Just this week, SUSE announced its OpenStack-based Enterprise Private Cloud Solution, for example.
Here we share a short video chat with Jonathan about the project and what he thinks the industry and community should take away from 2012 so far (hint: networking).
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