I’ve been following OpenStack for many years now and during the past few months I became more excited noticing how the project has become the home of open infrastructure. The OpenStack Foundation invested a lot of energy in the past year to visibly expand its scope and reach out to other communities and projects. The OpenStack Summits have been hosting lots of content about Kubernetes, Docker and use cases that go beyond public/private clouds using OpenStack. Multi-cloud and multiple technologies were so comfortably at home at the Sydney Summit that when I started reviewing the sponsoring plans for the rest of 2018 for Zenko, the OpenStack Summit felt like a natural fit.
Zenko is the open source multi-cloud data controller and OpenStack is the open source community where all open infrastructure comes together to innovate.
We’re sponsoring the OpenStack Superuser Award to celebrate the innovators in multi-cloud and open infrastructure. The nominees for the awards have been published, great companies and people bringing new meaning to automatic infrastructure. Go read their profiles and vote for your favorite candidate:
The voting process will be open until Tuesday, April 24 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time Zone. Based on community voting, the Superuser Editorial Advisory Board will review the nominees and determine the finalists and overall winner.
We’ll see each other next at the Vancouver Summit, on stage where the Zenko team will hand the Superuser award to the winning team.