OpenStack public cloud implementation

Although the public cloud market is mostly dominated by the hyperscalers, using cloud services from AWS, Azure or Google in some parts of the world is challenging due to local regulations, digital sovereignty concerns and latency issues. As a result, many businesses have started implementing their own public cloud infrastructure to offer cloud services on local markets. Leveraging open source technologies enabled them to reduce the TCO of cloud infrastructure maintenance and offer their services to their customers at a better price than the hyperscalers.

Join Thierry Carrez, VP of Engineering at the Open Infrastructure Foundation, Nauman Vawda, CEO & Founder at iVolve Technologies and Tytus Kurek, Product Manager at Canonical to learn how OpenStack enables businesses to implement local public cloud infrastructure.