NASA Drops OpenStack For Amazon Cloud

June 21, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: InformationWeek

NASA’s prestige and participation has been a selling point for advocates of the OpenStack open source cloud project, which NASA co-founded with San Antonio infrastructure-as-a-service provider RackSpace. Unfortunately, they’ll have to get along without NASA from here on.

NASA has withdrawn as an active contributor to OpenStack, saying it doesn’t want to be in the business of producing cloud software anymore.

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