OpenStack challenges 2022

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Happy New Year 2022! The fireworks are all fired, the champagne is over. It is time to get back to work. We are glad to see you here though. 2021 was a good year for OpenStack and its Ubuntu-based community.

First, we all have seen Ubuntu becoming the number one operating system (OS) for OpenStack deployment. Then, the Open Infrastructure Foundation (OIF) reported explosive growth in the number of production OpenStack clouds. The community grew and settled on the most convenient platform.


But 2022 comes with a new set of challenges that many organisations are going to face sooner or later. What are those challenges? Let’s find out.

OpenStack on the edge

The edge is undoubtedly going to become one of the most actively developed areas of information technology (IT) infrastructures in the following years. Telcos, factories and car manufacturers are just examples of organisations that are already pursuing an edge strategy. But is OpenStack really suitable for the edge?

OpenStack was designed as an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solution for traditional data centres. It manages distributed compute, network and storage resources, aggregates them into pools and enables on-demand provisioning of virtualised resources through a self-service portal. It has proven itself in this role and become a de-facto standard for building an open-source cloud infrastructure.

However, the edge presents completely new challenges compared to traditional data centres, especially around size and quantity. In traditional data centre architectures, there are not many sites, while each of


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