Open source—the enterprise way
Open source hybrid cloud solutions deliver the flexibility and innovation enterprises need to remain competitive and successful in their markets.
Dedication to open standards
At HPE, we are committed to supporting and strengthening enterprise-quality open source projects and the communities that develop them. We foster healthy open source communities by working closely with all the contributors to OpenStack, Cloud Foundry, and other open source projects. We provide a level of enterprise rigor that increases the ease with which companies can adopt and use open source technologies, paving the way for a successful transformation to hybrid infrastructure based on the right mix of private cloud, public cloud, and traditional IT.
Supporting the OpenStack® community
As part of an ongoing commitment to open source, HPE participates in the development of each OpenStack release and is involved at all levels of governance, including the Board of Directors, which provides strategic and financial oversight for the OpenStack Foundation resources and staff.
This newest release of the widely deployed open source cloud platform offers enterprises and service providers increased scalability, greater manageability, and an enhanced end-user experience.
OpenStack Mitaka was developed by an international community of contributors that includes 2,336 developers, operators, and users across 345 organizations.
The OpenStack project
OpenStack is a popular open source software platform for cloud computing, collaboratively designed and built by developers and users around the world.
A commitment to Cloud Foundry™
Cloud Foundry is a leading open source platform for developing and deploying multi-cloud applications. This platform provides increased flexibility, empowers companies to accelerate their development, and offers enhanced scalability and full-lifecycle support for continuous delivery. As a Platinum Member, HPE collaborates with other members across a diverse community to drive global awareness and adoption, develop new enhancements and capabilities, and provide leadership for the future.
The voices of open source
Open source technology is continuously growing and evolving to produce new features, solutions, and innovations. We've invited some of the leading thinkers in open source communities to share their insights, best practices, and future thinking.
Open Source Tools for Distributed Systems Administration - Presented by Elizabeth Krumbach Joseph
This session recording from LCA 2016 examines the fully open source toolset the OpenStack Infrastructure Team uses for daily collaboration, to handle maintenance windows, and to function as a cohesive team.
Tales From the Gate: How Debugging the Gate Helps Your Enterprise - Presented by Matthew Treinish
This session recording from OpenStack Summit Vancouver 2015 discusses the mechanics of debugging gate failures and draws comparisons to the similarities between debugging gate failures and production OpenStack issues.
The Big Tent: A Look at the New OpenStack Projects Governance - Presented by Sean Dague
This session recording from OpenStack Summit Vancouver 2015 delves into changes to the governance of OpenStack projects, including the nature of the proposed changes, the implementation status, and the impact the changes will have on the development, testing, and releasing of OpenStack.
An open source ecosystem
The global open source movement is a thriving ecosystem of free software and technology with participation from talented independent developers, innovative startups, and established Fortune 100 enterprises. Characterized by their active member engagement and an unwavering commitment to the principles of open standards, these open source projects are valuable contributors to the open source ecosystem.
CloudSlang is an open source, flow-based, agentless orchestration tool designed by Hewlett Packard Enterprise for use with leading technologies like Docker or CoreOS. With CloudSlang, you can automate development and operations using pre-defined workflows or your own custom workflows.
Debian is a free operating system collaboratively developed through the Debian Project. Built using an open source Linux or FreeBSD kernel at its core, the Debian OS comes with more than 43,000 packages of pre-compiled software, a package manager, and other valuable utilities.
Grommet is an advanced open source UX framework provided by Hewlett Packard Enterprise. By blending consumer-grade capabilities with an enterprise user experience framework, Grommet helps IT pros offer a familiar user experience across different enterprise applications and allows designers and developers to work from the same platform.
Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) is an open source virtualization solution that supports multiple virtual machines running unmodified Windows or Linux images. KVM consists of a loadable kernel module providing the core virtualization infrastructure and a processor-specific module.
MongoDB is a cross-platform, document-oriented database that offers an alternative to traditional relational databases. This open source database management system is designed to meet the requirements of modern applications by offering enhanced flexibility, scale, and performance.
The Open Compute Project (OCP) is a global community of technology leaders committed to rethinking current hardware technology to produce open source infrastructure solutions that offer increased efficiency, scalability, flexibility, and choice.
PHP is a fast, flexible, and pragmatic server-side scripting language used for both web development and as a general programming language. Its distribution includes various free, open source libraries, and developers can add further functionality by writing their own C-based extensions.
Python is a popular dynamic programming language with a focus on code readability, extensibility, and a streamlined, minimalistic syntax. Python supports multiple programming paradigms, is available for free under an open source license, and is developed under a global, community-based model.
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