OpenStack experts on misperceptions, telecom adoption and cloud

ELIZABETH KAYS |

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"Brian Gracely, lead cloud computing analyst at Wikibon and theCUBE cohost, spurred one of the most active discussions with the question, “What’s the biggest misperception about OpenStack in the market today?” Responses ranged from the myth that “one needs a large bench to adopt OpenStack” to confusion about what, exactly, expectations for a finished “product” should look like from such a broad, ambitious project."

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