The In-Cloud OS 5.0 is a smart Cloud operating system developed by Inspur for next generation Cloud data centres and Cloud-native applications. It is completely based on the OpenStack architecture and provides superior functionality, availability, security and toolchain (F.A.S.T.) to further extend the Cloud service directory. It uses a micro-service architecture to support rapid deployment on Docker, so that it's able to achieve the automatic perception, intelligent management and automated service delivery.
"Promoting the popularity of open source technology is a fundamental part of Inspur's participation in OpenStack", stated Peng Zhen, Vice President of Inspur Group. "Inspur has never stopped innovating more advanced and more user friendly OpenStack products. Our philosophy is, 'from the Open Source, to the Open Source', in order to provide an open Cloud infrastructure to global users in achieving their business successes through smart computing."
As of now, Inspur InCloud OS has more than 2,000 global users, across the industries of government, energy, telecommunication, environmental protection, education, etc. In presenting OpenStack best practices, Inspur supported the deployment of the largest OpenStack-based financial Cloud in China, with a scale of nearly 1,000 physical nodes. This deployment represented an in-depth connection of the financial internet business and Inspur OpenStack Cloud platform, which proved innovation in business provides efficient management and rapid online processing in virtualization environments. In addition, Inspur was also chosen as one of "Top 20 Most Promising OpenStack Solution Providers in 2017" inCIOReviewmagazine.
In the meantime, Inspur highly commits to the contribution of OpenStack community. In the latest version of Ocata, Inspur was ranked as number 2 in Sahala components contribution. In terms of core components, NOVA and NEUTRON, Inspur was also ranked in 9th and 10th place, respectively. Inspur will consistently grow its contribution to the OpenStack community to achieve the goal of "from the Open Source, to the Open Source".