Oracle Distribution of OpenStack: Making OpenStack an Enterprise-Grade Solution

By Sana Siddiqui in Oracle Virtualization 1317 views 22nd April 2016 Video Duration: 00:34:27
"Ronen Kofman, Director of Product Development in Oracle's Corporate Architecture - Development team joins us to review the Oracle distribution of OpenStack. In this session, Oracle product team experts discuss the latest Oracle OpenStack distribution and support in Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. This is an opportunity to get an in-depth view into how Oracle is working to build enterprise-grade scalability and simplicity into Oracle Linux and Oracle VM to prepare today’s data centers today for tomorrow’s cloud-scale deployments."

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