Making lifecycle management for open infrastructure simple, repeatable & resilient.
Airship is a collection of interoperable and loosely coupled open source tools that Provide for automated cloud provisioning and life cycle management in a completely Declarative and predictable way. The focus of this project is the implementation of a declarative platform to introduce OpenStack on Kubernetes, and the lifecycle Management of the resulting cloud.
Secure, lightweight CRI compatible virtualized containers.
Kata Containers is an open source project delivering increased container security and workload isolation through an implementation of lightweight virtual machines.
Programmable infrastructure for VMs, containers and bare metal.
OpenStack is an open source software project for creating private and public clouds, powering 75 public cloud data centers and thousands of private clouds at a scale of more than 15 million physical cores worldwide. Since launching in 2012, OpenStack has become one of the top 3 most active open source projects in addition to Linux and Chromium.
Edge cloud computing infrastructure for high performance, ultra-low latency applications.
StarlingX is a complete cloud infrastructure software stack for the edge used by the most demanding applications in industrial IoT, telecom, and other use cases. Based on mature production software deployed in mission critical applications, newly open sourced StarlingX code is the base for edge implementations in scalable solutions that can be productized now.
Connecting open source projects to production
OpenInfra Labs is a community, created by and for infrastructure providers and operators, integrating and optimizing different layers of the infrastructure, running open source code in production, publishing complete, reproducible stacks for existing and emerging workloads, to advance open source infrastructure.
FOUNDATION WORKING GROUPS
Edge Computing Group
OpenInfra Foundation Board approved working group
The Edge Computing Group is a working group comprised of architects and engineers across large enterprises, telecoms and technology vendors working to define and advance edge cloud computing. The focus is open infrastructure technologies, not exclusive to OpenStack.