[Sydney, Australia, November 10, 2017] In the latest OpenStack User Survey, released at the OpenStack Summit in Sydney, November 6th to 8th, Huawei Cloud tops the list of cloud vendors for OpenStack users. This is a testament to OpenStack users' recognition of the leading technologies and service capabilities of Huawei's cloud operating system FusionSphere.
Huawei Cloud tops the list of cloud vendors for OpenStack users
In OpenStack’s tenth User Survey, users span 69 countries and 452 cities. Representative industries include IT, telecommunications, education, finance, and manufacturing.
According to the survey, increasing operational efficiency, accelerating innovation, and avoiding vendor lock-in round out the top reasons for users to choose OpenStack. As an open source platform, OpenStack features openness and higher interoperability, making it an optimal choice for customers who need to protect investment in the long term.
Based on the OpenStack framework, Huawei Cloud is committed to providing an open, efficient, and agile cloud operating system FusionSphere. Huawei provides customers with a full series of cloud solutions including private cloud, hybrid cloud, and public cloud, all with unified architecture, services, and ecosystem. Huawei keeps fostering innovation in the OpenStack, container, Big Data, AI, and Internet of Things (IoT) fields, and works with partners to build a prosperous cloud ecosystem.
Having joined the OpenStack Foundation in 2012, Huawei sticks to the strategy of originating from open source, introducing enhancements to open source, and making contributions to open source, while maintaining efforts to contribute to the community. In March 2017, Huawei became the first Asian company to achieve the platinum member's seat at OpenStack. At the end of August 2017, Huawei ranked 2nd among global vendors and 1st among Chinese vendors in terms of contribution to the newly released OpenStack version Pike.