The OpenStack Tipping Point

Enterprises and service providers want the benefits of private and public clouds – but they don’t want to reinvent the wheel to build them. At the same time, there is caution about lock-in with a proprietary offering. Does OpenStack now provide a credible open source alternative? This report provides an overview of the project and aims to answer that question.

Jay Lyman

Research Manager, Cloud Platforms

Al Sadowski

Research Director, Service Providers

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