b<>com is involved in many areas related to augmented reality (AR) and its future. What can the cloud do for AR? How will it transform our lives? Jérôme Royan, Senior Architect at b<>com, is here to help us better understand these issues.
In the "Covid" world, why is it critical for businesses to optimize the way they use dormant IT resources, and how can b<>com technology help them? >>>Discover b<>com *Spare Cloud Allocator*, a smart and private collaborative solution to get the best of unused IT resources.
A lecturer at the UBO (University of Western Brittany), Jalil Boukhobza has been working four years as a guest researcher with b<>com's teams in the Cloud Computing laboratory. An interview with one of the pioneers of the b<>com adventure.
This month, more than 400 members of the OpenStack community gathered in Atlanta. Two people from b<>com were on-site to host debates about Watcher*. This was a chance for us to talk with David Tardivel, recently named Director of the Cloud Computing Laboratory at b<>com, on his team's new projects.
Watcher's entry into the OpenStack "big tent" confirms b<>com's desire to become an essential player in this open source community. Watcher, which was intended to provide a resource consumption optimization solution for data centers, was accepted as an official OpenStack project on May 31, 2016.
OpenStack is the largest open-source project in the world today. It's an open-source infrastructure manager. The idea is to turn a fleet of machines into a single operating system.
18 months ago, b<>com joined the OpenStack community with the Watcher project that helps optimize resources for cloud services managed by OpenStack. After he got back from Austin where the latest OpenStack Summit was held from April 25 to 29, we asked Antoine Cabot, head of the Cloud Computing laboratory at b<>com and PTL (project team leader) of the Watcher project, about the latest news.
After the big meeting in Vancouver last summer, the OpenStack community has come together once again this fall for a major event. Tokyo hosted a new edition of the OpenStack Summit, the twice-yearly conference devoted to the world's largest open-source project. b<>com's teams were in attendance again as a driving force of the Watcher project, which did not fail to attract curiosity and interest from major companies.