Join us next week in Barcelona for OpenStack Summit. We’ll be gathering from around the world to celebrate the Newton release, and plan for the Ocata cycle. RDO will have a table in the Red Hat booth, where we’ll be answering your questions about RDO. And we’ll have ducks, as usual. On Tuesday evening, join us for an evening with… Read more →
Red Hat’s philosophy is ‘Upstream First’. When we participate in an open source project, our contributions go into the upstream project first, as a prerequisite to deliver it in the downstream offering. Our continued focus, over the past years and in the future, is to reduce to a bare minimum the differences between Upstream, RDO and RHEL OpenStack Platform at… Read more →
The lucky winner of the second Nexus 4 phone which we gave away as part of the Red Hat Summit draw at the RDO stand went to Jean-FranÃ§ois Saucier, a systems and security analyst with DJJ Consultants. He went home from the Summit the proud owner of a new phone. Congratulations to Jean-FranÃ§ois! Thanks for your interest in RDO.
Next week, the Red Hat Summit will be taking place in Boston. There are lots of OpenStack related activities around the summit, including 20 presentations, a practical lab, and RDO, Red Hat OpenStack and IaaS stands where you can meet developers, get demos and find out what’s going on in the OpenStack world. Ruth Suehle put together a summary of… Read more →
A new article on the RDO project was published on the Red Hat blog today, covering what is RDO, who it’s for, and how it relates to Red Hat’s OpenStack product. RDO offers a pure community-supported upstream OpenStack experience with the latest stable release (Grizzly) from OpenStack.org, packaged, integrated, and easy to deploy on Red Hat platforms. RDO is also… Read more →