The OpenStack Pulse 2014

This report offers an annual 'pulse check' on the OpenStack business models that have evolved over the past four years, including quantitative market-sizing data, regional perspectives, use cases and customer-survey feedback. It covers a variety of software vendors and service providers that are leveraging OpenStack both internally and for commercial offerings, and provides up-to-date insight into the developing OpenStack distribution battles and ongoing debates about functionality and overall project governance.

Al Sadowski

Research Director, Service Providers

Jay Lyman

Research Manager, Cloud Platforms

ActiveState Software Agile Software aiRES Alcatel-Lucent Allegis Capital Amazon Advanced Micro Devices AME Cloud Ventures Ansible Anso Labs Anuta Networks Apache Software Foundation Apigee AppFog Aptira Arista Networks AT&T Audience Amazon Web Services Azure Capital Partners Best Buy Bloomberg Blue Box Group Blue Cloud Ventures BlueHost Broadcom Brocade BT Group CA Technologies Canaan Partners Canonical Capital Group CCTV CenturyLink CFEngine Chef China Mobile Communications Corp China Telecom China Unicom Cisco Citrix CLARA ClearPath Networks CliQr Technologies Cloud A Cloud Cruiser Cloud Foundry cloud9ers CloudBees CloudCentral Cloudian Cloudkick Cloud Manager Cloudmunch CloudPassage CloudScale Cloudscaling Cloudsoft CloudStack CloudSwitch CloudVPS Cloudwatt CMP Media Coherent CollabNet Comcast CSC Concur Convirture Coraid Crosslink Capital Ctrip CumuLogic Data Collective Datadog Datapipe Dell Dell Ventures US Department of Energy Walt Disney Divergent Ventures Docker DreamHost eBay EMC Emerson Electric eNovance Ensim enstratius Equinix Ericsson Eucalyptus CERN Expedia F5 FathomDB Flexiant fluid Operations Founder Collective Foundry Networks Gale Technologies GigaSpaces Global Crossing Globe IG Globe Telecom Gluster Google Google Ventures GPLHost Gridcentric hastexo Professional Services Haylix HP Hitachi Ltd Hortonworks Huawei HubSpot IBM Inktank Intalio Intel Capital Intel Internap Network Services iWeb iWeb Group JARING Joyent Juniper Kili Kinetic Ventures KIO Networks Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Leopard Rock Capital Partners Level 3 Communications Lightspeed Venture Partners Lucent Technologies ManageIQ Marconi matrix Matrix Partners Mayfield Fund Menlo Ventures Mercado Libre MercadoLibre Metacloud Microsoft Mirantis Morgan Stanley Morphlabs NASA Nebula NEC Nectar NetApp Netpace New Relic Nexenta Systems Nicira Networks Nimbula National Security Agency NTT Nubefy ObjectRocket OnApp OpenNebula OpenStack Foundation Opsview Oracle Orange OVH Pacnet Parallels PayPal Pelion Venture Partners Piston Pivotal PLUMgrid Puppet Labs Quanta Computer Quantum Corp Rackspace Radar Partners Red Hat redIT RightScale RiverMeadow Software S3 SaltStack SAP Sapphire Ventures ScaleIO ScaleXtreme Scality Scalr Seagate ServiceMesh State Grid Corporation of China Shutterstock SVB Financial Group Silver Lake Partners SINA Smartscale SoftLayer Technologies Sony Splunk StackIQ StackOps StarHub Storm Storm Ventures SunGard SUSE Linux SWIFT SCRL SwiftStack Swisscom Symantec Tandem Computers Tempest Security Intelligence Thales Group Hutchison 3G Transcend Computing Triangle Venture Capital Group Trinity Ventures True Ventures Ubisoft Entertainment UK2 Group Ultimum Technologies UMC Capital Unidata UnitedStack UShareSoft VCE vCider Verizon Verizon Ventures VEXXHOST VMUnify VMware Voxel dot Net Voyager Capital Vyatta WebEx Communications Wells Fargo WestSummit Capital Xemeti Yahoo Zenoss

Development, DevOps & IT Ops Service Providers

All / Cloud / Infrastructure as a service All / Infrastructure management / App lifecycle management / Development tools