Canonical Sunbeam Extends OpenStack to Small Cloud Environments


Sunbeam offers deployment and operational tooling for OpenStack.

Canonical has announced Sunbeam, an extension of its commercial OpenStack offering for small-scale cloud environments.

According to the announcement, the Sunbeam deployment and operational tooling project comes with “a lucid interface and very simple installation instructions, making it super straightforward for everyone – even those with no previous OpenStack experience."

“What makes Sunbeam unique is its K8s-native architecture,” the announcement says. “By using native Kubernetes principles, such as StatefulSets and operators, OpenStack can finally be modeled, deployed, and managed as any other cloud-native application.”  




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