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Cloud-native storage solutions with OpenStack

OpenStack has been a cornerstone for opensource solutions, providing a flexible foundation for public and private clouds. One of the critical areas where OpenStack has made significant advancements is in cloud-native storage solutions. This blog explores how OpenStack contributes to cloud-native storage, highlighting specific projects that integrate OpenStack with other storage solutions, facilitating a seamless […]

Press release: 42on Partners with Sidero Labs to Accelerate Kubernetes Implementations with Talos Operating System

Date: 27-02-24 Location: Baarn – The Netherlands / Goleta – USA 42on, a leading provider of open-source storage solutions and a subsidiary of Fairbanks International Group (FIG), is thrilled to announce its strategic partnership with Sidero Labs, the pioneering developer behind cutting-edge cloud-native technologies. This partnership is poised to deliver unparalleled value to businesses leveraging Kubernetes and Ceph scale […]

150 blogs later

A couple of weeks ago I scrolled through my articles and found out that I published nearly 150 of them. I am really proud of this! I might not be the best writer in the world (it will take some extra time to beat Stephen King, Joanne Rowling and Tom Clancy 😉 but I enjoy […]

The collaboration between Fairbanks & 42on

Is 42on an independent company?  Not entirely. 42on is a part of “Fairbanks International Group”. Fairbanks International Group then again consists of 42on and Fairbanks as subsidiaries. At Fairbanks International Group we just love making complex IT-Infrastructures valuable for our customers using open source technologies such as Ceph, Kubernetes and OpenStack. Initially it all started […]

Our interview with Allesandro Pilotti, founder and CEO of Cloudbase Solutions

Recently we visited the annual OpenInfra summit in Berlin. We held interviews with some interesting people. Earlier we posted blogs about our interviews of attendees and OpenInfra Foundation members. This time we have wrote a blog about our interview with Allesandro Pilotti, the founder and CEO of Cloudbase Solutions. You can also view the interview […]

Recap of OpenStack services

A recap of OpenStack services

A recap of OpenStack services; what is what again?   Why combine the components?   The various OpenStack community projects and the services they implement are modular in nature and generally capable of being used independently. They are intended to knit together into a net capability greater than the sum of the individual parts. A […]

Fairbanks and 42on at the OpenInfra Summit Berlin

The OpenInfra Summit is a global event for open source IT infrastructure professionals to collaborate on software development, share best practices about designing and running infrastructure in production, and make partnership and purchase decisions. This year (June the 7th, 8th and 9th) it is held in Berlin and brings together more than 2000 influential IT […]

Short refresh on OpenStack architecture and services

A recap of OpenStack services

While OpenStack is already a well-known and proven private cloud solution, there will always be some questions about the architecture and the components. So, to help you find your way with OpenStack, we have summarized some of the often used components for you in this blog. The various OpenStack community projects and the services they […]

Fast facts and statistics on OpenStack

The statistics and facts mentioned in this blog are retrieved from surveys conducted by OpenStack. Nearly 60% of survey respondents with deployments identified their role as either a cloud operator or a cloud architect. However, 46% of respondents reported having more than one role in their organization. Respondents to the latest OpenStack User Survey represent […]

OpenStack Wallaby release

Since its first release in 2010, OpenStack has released major updates for the open infrastructure every 6 months. Rather than going by version number, they use the alphabet to identify these releases by giving each update a name with the next letter in the alphabet. Nearly a year ago I wrote a blog about OpenStack […]