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krishna@rankoneconsulting.com
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8/28/2015 | 4:04:52 AM
Interesting to see the Open Source DCOS maturity & adoption
This is really interesting. The real value of Opensource DCOS will be benchmarked by Verizon and that gives the clear signal that Open source softwares like Mesospere is ready for Telco and enterprise adoption. 
CChappell
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8/26/2015 | 6:02:34 AM
Re: V interesting development for data centers!
I agree. As I said in a comment to another of Carol's stories, it will be interesting to see how the OpenStack community will pivot to address this challenge and what the impact on the NFV MANO - currently predicated on OpenStack - will be. There are new OpenStack developments like Murano underway. But this third wave of cloud is undoubtedly disruptive to the OpenStack IaaS approach.  
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8/25/2015 | 1:04:59 PM
Re: V interesting development for data centers!
It's interesting they are using Mesos because I believe as much as OpenStack has gained momentum there is a movement now away from OS into pure PaaS clouds.  Apache Mesos, Kubernetes, and Docker as the container format can run on either baremetal or in a VM infrastructure.  OS is very complex and if you do not need isolation of VMs or other things having an underlying OS layer provides, then why bother.  
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8/25/2015 | 9:47:21 AM
Re: V interesting development for data centers!
Ray, 

I would agree - a lot of this activity has been going on for some time, but behind the scenes. It's now moving into the open and preparing to be market-ready which is a significant step forward. 

 
Ray@LR
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8/25/2015 | 9:26:15 AM
V interesting development for data centers!
This is really interesting for the telco data center community -- much of the key hot tech R&D right now is coming from the open source and enterprise IT world right?

Couple this with the new developments in SDN, switch and server alternatives and OpenStack evolution and the sector is light years ahead of where it was a year ago, it sems to me.


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