OpenStack cloud software adopted by Canonical

OpenStack cloud software adopted by Canonical

Canonical, famous for Ubuntu Linux, has allied with the biggest Russian telecom MTS for its Charmed OpenStack. It is based on the prominent open-source OpenStack cloud. It runs on the blend of Juju Operator Lifecycle Manager (OLM), Metal-as-a-Service, Ceph open-source storage stack, and OpenStack Charms.

The telco organization intends to reduce the time-to-market and increase the deployment speed of new services like 5G. Similar to everything associated with the cloud platform, they plan to decrease the total cost of ownership (TCO) relevant to cloud architecture. OpenStack is the most popular cloud choice for telecoms; it is the preferred platform when handling the evolving networks from LTE to 5G.

Source: Zdnet

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