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RoadStack RV: Dell, Rackspace, OpenStack and a Long Stretch of Road…

.The RoadStackers in Austin!

This past week marked the end of a nearly three week journey by a few brave souls from Rackspace and Dell, as the two companies sponsored the team to travel to and from the OpenStack Summit in San Fran last week, making Stacker Stops along the way.

A team that included folks like Dell’s Andi Abes and Rackspace’s Wayne Walls, Jordon Rinke, Scott Simpson, and Glen Campbell, finally ended their tour this past Friday, pulling into their San Antonio home base.

The team had quite a lofty mission – make the drive from San Antonio to San Fran, spend the week at the summit, and drive back hitting key cities like Los Angeles, Boulder, Dallas, and Austin.  As they drove, they’d code and blog.  When they stopped, they spread the good word around the OpenStack open cloud. 

(And I hear there was a bit of hijinks thrown in as well.)

We had the pleasure of hosting the RoadStackers when they stopped by the Dell campus in Austin – I had a chance to chat with the guys, so take a look at a few of the 90 second videos we put together…

And yeah – we had a little fun with it – enjoy!

If you want to learn more about Dell is doing in the OpenStack space, including the Dell OpenStack-Powered Cloud Solution, check out www.Dell.com/OpenStack or drop me an email at OpenStack@Dell.com.

Until next time,

JBGeorge
@jbegeorge

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