How to have a successful OpenStack project

It’s no secret that OpenStack is becoming the de-facto standard for private cloud and a way for telecom operators to differentiate against big names such as Amazon or Google.
OpenStack has already been adopted in some specific projects, but the wide adoption in enterprises is starting now, mostly because people simply find it difficult to understand. VMWare is still something to compare to, but OpenStack and cloud is different. While cloud implies virtualization, virtualization is not cloud.

gpaterno_ebook_webCloud is a huge shift in your organization and will change forever your way of working in the IT projects, improving your IT dramatically and cutting down costs.

In order to get the best of OpenStack, you need to understand deeply how cloud works. Moreover, you need to understand the whole picture beyond the software itself to provide new levels of agility, flexibility, and cost savings in your business.

Giuseppe Paterno’, leading European consultant and recently awarded by HP, wrote OpenStack Explained to guide you through the OpenStack technology and reveal his secret ingredient to have a successful project. You can download the ebook for a small donation to provide emergency and reconstruction aid for Nepal. Your donation is certified by ZEWO , the Swiss federal agency that ensures that funds go to a real charity project.

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About Giuseppe Paternò

Giuseppe Paternò a.k.a. Gippa is an IT Architect and Security Expert with background in Open Source. He works within the most famous italian and foreign companies in the telecommunications, government and finance industries. Since 2010 he’s the CTO and Director of GARL, a multinational company based in Switzerland and UK, under which he created SecurePass and SecureData. He also cooperates with key European companies as a trusted advisor. In the past he worked as Network and Security architect for Canonical, RedHat, Wind/Infostrada, Sun Microsystems and IBM and Visiting Researcher at the University of Dublin Trinity College. His writings, mainly on computer security, has inspired best practices and are referenced by companies and universities worldwide.

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