Short Stack: OpenStack takes center stage at Red Hat Summit, OpenStack governance process and Dell enhances OpenStack presence

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Red Hat Summit then and now: Big Data, OpenStack top-of-mind | SiliconANGLE

Red Hat is holding their big customer conference, the Red Hat Summit this week, and making a slew of announcements. As this article points out, a good number of them involve OpenStack, so pay attention.

Ubuntu Beefs Up OpenStack Support | Light Reading

Ubuntu is releasing a new version this week and there is continuing support for OpenStack in this release. The latest release reportedly supports Icehouse, the newest version of OpenStack. It also supports Docker, a tool for managing and moving containers between platforms.

Dell unloads slew of datacenter upgrades, teams with Red Hat on OpenStack | ZDNet

As part of that aforementioned Red Hat Summit, Red Hat partner, Dell announced it was working with Red Hat on a number of OpenStack projects including a Proof of Concept configuration tool and a new OpenShift PaaS app store announced this week.

How is OpenStack governed? |

You might have wondered how OpenStack is governed as an open source project. It's important for any open source project to clearly define rules for contributing, especially to the core project. This post explains the process for OpenStack and the challenges faced governing a project of this scope.

15 Experts Talk About Cloud Computing (Video) | Datamation

Fifteen cloud experts talked cloud recently at the Interop conference in Las Vegas covering a range of subjects including PaaS, IaaS and SaaS. They talked cloud spending and security and of course they talked about OpenStack. Have a look.