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Walmart's OneOps Could Merge With OpenStack

The two projects integrated well in the retailer's internal deployment.


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Walmart is talking about having its OneOps cloud computing management technology become part of the OpenStack project. At an OpenStack event in New York, Andrew Mitry, Walmart's lead cloud engineer, said the company had deployed OneOps and OpenStack together and wanted to "start a conversation about moving OneOps into OpenStack."

The retail giant bought the OneOps technology in 2013 and released it as an open source project earlier this year. Having OneOps become part of the OpenStack project could encourage more enterprises to adopt the open source cloud computing platform.

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