OpenStack, Open Standards and the UK Public Sector

Published 6th January 2017 in Videos

OpenStack has established itself as the open standard cloud platform on which developers are able to build agile and elastic digital solutions that are not locked into any single cloud service provider, unlike most multi-national public cloud services.

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