Posts by Amrish Kapoor

6 Key Insights from OpenStack Summit Vancouver

By Amrish Kapoor

This week, I had the opportunity to attend the OpenStack Summit, hosted in the beautiful city of Vancouver, Canada. IT was an exhilarating 4-days packed with all things OpenStack: Our... Read More

Fission: The Open Source Alternative to AWS Lambda

By Amrish Kapoor

Alternative to AWS Lambda AWS Lambda ushered in the serverless movement when it was first rolled out by Amazon Web Services in November 2014. Serverless computing, also referred to as... Read More

OpenStack Omni, the Open-Source Alternative to VMware and AWS for Hybrid Cloud

By Amrish Kapoor

According to the 2017 State of the Cloud report, hybrid cloud usage has increased to 71%, up 13% from the previous year. As hybrid clouds become more of a common... Read More

OpenStack as a Hybrid Cloud Management Platform

By Amrish Kapoor

At Platform9, we have witnessed first-hand how the rapid growth of public cloud usage among developers has led enterprises to embrace the promise of development agility by setting up their... Read More

Platform9 Now on OpenStack Liberty Release

By Amrish Kapoor

We’re very excited to announce a new release this week of Platform9 Managed OpenStack, our SaaS-based OpenStack private cloud offering! With this release, we have upgraded all components to run their respective OpenStack... Read More

Managing VMware vSphere Templates as Packer Images

By Amrish Kapoor

For any cloud administrator, one of the essential starting points for managing their cloud deployment is to ensure there is a consistent set of base images from which appropriate instances... Read More

[Updated] VMware vSphere with OpenStack: We Can Do Better

By Amrish Kapoor

This blog post has been updated to include details on a related talk we’ve proposed for the upcoming OpenStack Summit. You can find out more about the voting process and learn... Read More

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