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It's not just about running containers on OpenStack but about containers being integrated with OpenStack

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Christopher Price, Technologist and Open Source Evangelist, Ericsson

Chris Price says that OpenStack is now regarded a proven method of providing ubiquitous virtualisation solutions for future infrastructure needs. OpenStack stands out as the most addressable, most adaptable, most available and most common version of infrastructure virtualisation that is easily accessible for operators and CSPs and easily deployable and vendable by equipment manufacturers. He says that what it needs to do next is to accept, integrate and coalesce a version of virtualised infrastructure that the container industry can deploy over and integrate with.

Filmed at: OpenStack Summit, Boston, 2017
 

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