Short introduction to OpenStack
OpenStack has been governed by the Open Infrastructure Foundation (OpenInfra Foundation) since October 2020 and offers a set of open source tools that are used for building and administering cloud infrastructures. OpenStack can be used for creating both public and private clouds.
OpenStack is a collection of tools designed to create and manage cloud infrastructures by providing the needed components as a granular model that serves cloud computing-specific services. OpenStack was initially released in 2010 as a joint project between Rackspace and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), is written in Python, and is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license.
Similar to the virtualization technologies, OpenStack uses a software layer based on specific APIs that abstract the virtual resources.
The latest release of OpenStack is called Victoria and was released in October 2020. It offers the founding cloud infrastructure for bare...