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OpenStack is used by many large enterprises for their private cloud deployments.  From our customer conversations,  these enterprises are also moving to the public cloud (such as AWS) and deploying Kubernetes for their container workloads.

With such a varied nature of the deployment environments, it becomes a challenge to maintain scripts for deploying your applications.  Fortunately, Spinnaker, an open source tool created by Netflix offers support for a variety of deployment environments.

If you are interested in knowing more about deploying Spinnaker in your Enterprise and specifically OpenStack environment, check out our upcoming webinar.  Register in the below link.

Continuous Delivery: Is Spinnaker the Right Tool for OpenStack Deployments?

OpsMx Enterprise for Spinnaker is the intelligent software delivery platform, Continuous Delivery as-a-service with the broadest set of environment support including AWS, Kubernetes, OpenStack, OpenShift, Mesos, ECS, etc.,  and enterprise-grade risk verification and policy and compliance control.

For more information, email us at [email protected], and we hope to see you at the upcoming webinar.

 

Balaji Sivasubramanian

Balaji Sivasubramanian is the Vice President of Product at OpsMx. He is passionate about creating and evangelizing winning products with expertise in all aspects of the business – strategy, product management, product marketing, GTM, and business development in early-stage startups and innovative companies. He is a Subject Matter Expert in CI/CD, DevOps, Applications, Containers/Microservices, Data Center IT / Cloud Infrastructure - Network, Compute, and Storage, IT Security, Machine Learning and AI, Enterprise, SaaS, and Cloud. He is an ambassador for the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF).

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