openstack

Back from the Austin OpenStack Summit, Antoine Cabot gives us news about the Watcher project

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.
Back from the Austin OpenStack Summit, Antoine Cabot gives us news about the Watcher project

Support of key players for Watcher

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.
Support of key players for Watcher

Cloud Computing

The cloud will furnish the general public (including companies and individuals) with a new kind of power, which we call "information power". Simplicity, computing power, data sharing, accessibility, and low cost are its main advantages. To take part in this ongoing revolution, the Cloud Computing laboratory seeks to optimize where data is located and ensure that it is protected, while also taking into account the ecological impact of data centers. The goal is to prepare for the cloud technologies of tomorrow.
Cloud Computing