SlideshowOpenStack Foundation Fires Back at Critics

Defender of the Faith: Jonathan Bryce, director of the OpenStack Foundation, speaking in Boston. (Source: Enterprise Cloud News)
Defender of the Faith: Jonathan Bryce, director of the OpenStack Foundation, speaking in Boston. (Source: Enterprise Cloud News)

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9/18/2018 | 1:20:36 AM
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It is not easy trying to go against the giants especially with a new idea that seems far from convincing. What users would like to have is usually something that they are familiar with because that recognition assures them that their product actually works. When something new is being introduced, skepticism is bound to arise and doubts on whether or not the product will be able to provide as described. It could take some time before the questions die down and the public gets ready again to accept this new introduction.
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