OpenStack Cloud Software Overview
What is OpenStack Cloud Software?OpenStack Cloud Software is a free and open source software platform or IaaS with a flexible, modular architecture, used to deploy public or private clouds, or installed on-premise for use within an internal network. These companies offer managed and customized OpenStack cloud services and solutions.
IBM Cloud Private is a Kubernetes-based container platform allowing users to build cloud-native applications on their own infrastructure. In addition, it offers common services for self-service deployment, monitoring, logging and security, as well as middleware, data and analytics.
Red Hat OpenStack Platform is a cloud computing platform that virtualizes resources from industry-standard hardware, organizes those resources into clouds, and manages them so users can access what they need—when they need it.
Rackspace delivers OpenStack private clouds as-a-service, architected like a public cloud and designed for scale and service availability to any data center in the world. It includes a 99.99% API Uptime SLA.
Ubuntu OpenStack is the eponymous cloud openstack option from Canonical in the UK.
Mirantis OpenStack is openstack technology from Mirantis in Mountain View, California.
Piston OpenStack was acquired by Cisco in June, 2015. Branded Cisco Metacloud, the former Piston openstack product was discontinued in 2018.
CloudScaling is an openstack option acquired by EMC in October of 2014, ended in 2017.
Platform9 headquartered in Sunnyvale offers a managed openstack or Kubernetes solution.
SUSE OpenStack Cloud is designed to provide an easy to deploy and manage heterogeneous cloud infrastructure for provisioning development, test and production workloads in a way that is supportable, compliant and secure.