Cisco Bets on Open Source
Cisco Works With Open SourceNetworking giant Cisco builds the hardware that powers the cloud, and Cisco is relying heavily on open source software, communities, and standards.
The move to cloud-based infrastructure is one that is set to dominate networking discussions in 2011. One of the leaders in the move to cloud is networking giant Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO), which provides servers, routing and switching infrastructure that enables cloud computing deployments.
At this stage of cloud development and deployment, standards are still emerging, which is where open source software may be able to help.
Tucker noted that Cisco is taking an interest in a number of different open source cloud initiatives. One of the open source efforts he's watching is the Rackspace and NASA led OpenStack effort...Read the rest of Sean Michael Kerner's Cisco/Open Source story at Serverwatch.com
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