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OpenStack: Cloud computing built on Python

Episode #33, published Tue, Nov 10, 2015, recorded Fri, Oct 16, 2015

You've probably heard of Infrastructure-as-a-services (IaaS) cloud providers such as Amazon's AWS, with EC2 in particular, and to a lesser degree Microsoft's Azure cloud platform. But have you hear of OpenStack? It is an incredibly powerful IaaS platform which you can buy as a service or install in your own data center to build your own private cloud (yeah, private clouds, that's a thing). Flavio Percoco, who works at Red Hat and spends his days writing Python code for OpenStack is here to tell us all about it!

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Flavio Percoco
Flavio Percoco
Flavio Percoco is a Software Engineer at Red Hat, where he spend his days working on OpenStack. In his spare time he speaks at conferences, contributes to Rust, plays with MongoDB, smokes his coffee and drinks his pipe.
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