Citrix Launching New IaaS Based on OpenStack

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Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for OpenStack logo Today Citrix announced that it will launch a new infrastructure-as-a-service based on the OpenStack platform. The new service is called Project Olympus and will be available for as both a public cloud and as a platform for private clouds. The first offering, which will include a “cloud-optimized” version of Xen Server, should be ready later this year.

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Today Citrix announced that it will launch a new infrastructure-as-a-service based on the OpenStack platform. The new service is called Project Olympus and will be available for as both a public cloud and as a platform for private clouds. The first offering, which will include a “cloud-optimized” version of Xen Server, should be ready later this year.
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