HP integrates OpenStack with HP Converged Cloud 7.2

Today, April 15,  HP announced once again to reinforce its commitment to the OpenStack project with HP Converged Cloud offerings.

As declared last year, HP intended to use OpenStack technology for its public, private and hybrid cloud implementations, and it has contributed to the project focusing on the integration.
This new HP offerings includes:

CloudSystem 7.2 a cloud solution, that allows enterprises to tap external resources direcly from HP CloudSystem for pay-as-you-go capacity.
HP CloudSystem Bursting Activation Services which should allow enterprises and services providers to install and configure cloud-bursting capabilities.
HP Cloud Messaging which is intended for public clouds, and it is available as a service enabling developers to build more fault- tolerant applications and reducing downtime, HP Cloud Messaging serves as an intermediary for trading information between applications by offering language and framework independence without any system installation or configuration.
Saar Gillai, senior vice president and general manager, Converged Cloud, HP, said:
Enterprises are embracing open-source cloud solutions to increase workload portability and avoid vendor lock-in, HP provides the industry’s most comprehensive hybrid cloud solution leveraging OpenStack across private and public cloud environments.