OpenStack improves support for AI workloads

OpenStack allows enterprises to manage their own AWS-like private clouds on-premises. Even after 29 releases, it’s still among the most active open-source projects in the world and this week, the OpenInfra Foundation that shepherds the project announced the launch of version 29 of OpenStack. Dubbed ‘Caracal,’ this new release emphasizes new features for hosting AI and high-performance computing (HPC) workloads.
The typical OpenStack user is a large enterprise company. That may be a retailer like Walmart or a large telco like NTT. What virtually all enterprises have in common right now is that they’re thinking about how to put their …