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OpenStack vs VMware and public cloud player such as Amazon Web Services.

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Albeit cumbersome, sometimes it is exciting to sweep everything away and start fresh. For those who are unfamiliar, OpenStack started that way, thinking it could replace virtualization giants such as VMware and public cloud player such as Amazon Web Services. Therefore, we can realize two things: first, value are available in those approaches, and second, that enterprises were not going to suddenly get rid of every application they had in use and start over with OpenStack. The container community realizes progressively that, enterprises aren’t going to suddenly go all-container. OpenStack serve your needs and is the facto the standard in our cloud data-driven age.

Kubernetes for purely containerized apps, or OpenStack Application Catalog (Murano)!

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We are still at the early stage when it comes to containerized apps and OpenStack Application environment.
Beyond growing excitements, Connectikpeople.co recalls that, Containers are ideally suited to today’s microservices-based applications: communicating with other resources, both container and non-container-based. 
A holistic environment for OpenStack; based on the reality that, containers are at their most useful when they’re combined, either with other containers or with other applications. 
Therefore, an orchestrator such as Kubernetes for purely containerized apps, or OpenStack Application Catalog (Murano) for compositing mixed applications are welcome. 
For those who unfamiliar, Connectikpeople.co recalls that, with OpenStack Application Catalog (Murano) you can deploy Kubernetes and add containerized applications with just a few clicks, bypassing all the pain of trying to manage it on your own ; including provisioning resources.