Getting the most out of the Summit

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These are the stories from our team members who attended the summit and some of their key take aways from their week in Shanghai. Our team recently got back from the Open Infrastructure Summit in Shanghai. This was the first ever Summit in mainland China and for good reason. Chinese companies are pouring more and more resources into basically all … Read More

Involving students in upstream tasks

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These are the stories from our team members who attended the summit and some of their key take aways from their week in Shanghai. The overall progress in the field of security and compliance within the OpenStack community is encouraging. I met with a few brilliant individuals whom were as interested in security and compliance as I am which was … Read More

Focus on OpenStack networking

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These are the stories from our team members who attended the summit and some of their key take aways from their week in Shanghai. During the PTG I personally focused most on the Neutron (networking) community. It’s one of the largest project communities within the OpenStack project. Magnus Bergman, Senior Infrastructure Engineer Our team recently got back from the Open … Read More

We are working on something new

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For some time now our team has been working on a new version of our cloud management system – and we are soon ready to show it off. The new interface comes with some new features, better responsiveness & performance and has been aesthetically redesigned from the ground up. Using technologies such as React – allows for a very different … Read More

The f(ourth)irst OpenInfra Days Nordics is now in the books

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The beginning of October marked the end of a six month long journey with planning and collaboration to realise OpenInfra Days Nordics 2019. Here are some of our thoughts from this years event. The name change 2018 marked the beginning of a new era as the OpenStack Foundation announced their full support to all adjacent open source communities dedicated to … Read More

Collaboration for the future of open infrastructure

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We recently got back from a trip to the UK where we attended the first European OpenInfra Days in London. An event where open source communities and projects meet, learn and collaborate to define the future of open infrastructure. Here are some of our take aways from the conference on April 1. Openly developing Open Infrastructure Thierry Carrez talked about … Read More

Kickstart your Kubernetes skills!

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An old wooden ship wheel

Clearly you’ve heard of Kubernetes. Kubernetes has soundly won the container orchestration contest, and if you’re looking to deploy containerized applications, Kubernetes is the way to do it. If you’ve been following the latest developments in OpenStack, you’ve certainly also heard that there is a lot going on on the OpenStack/Kubernetes integration front. (See this Superuser article from February, for … Read More

Quality improvements in City Cloud, Los Angeles zone

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Quality is a key aspect of our service delivery and something that we always strive to maintain in all aspect of our business. We have a total of 8 public cloud zones across the globe and maintaining a certain level of standards is key both for quality, security and many other aspects of our business. Homogenising & increasing compliance As … Read More

The importance of screening your personnel when it comes to data protection

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”We conduct at least as thorough security controls as government agencies” – Kim Hindart, CSO at City Network At the present a lot of sensitive data moves from corporations and government agencies own data centers to cloud providers. This means that more organisations and personnel are involved in security processes, on all levels. It’s not enough that the corporation or … Read More