The company is gearing up to deliver its clients a cloud-to-cloud experience on the edge, public cloud, and data center
Mirantis, a popular OpenStack startup, pivoted toward cloud-native techs a few years ago and started focusing on microservices, Kubernetes, and containers. Recently, Mirantis made an announcement regarding its latest offering, Mirantis Flow. An open-source set of services that were curated for companies to manage their cloud-native data center and environment irrespective of infrastructure type. Co-Founder and CEO of Mirantis, Adrian lonel, has stated that the company is gearing up to deliver its clients a cloud-to-cloud experience on the edge, public cloud, and data center.
He furthermore added that several big companies like Netflix, Apple, and Facebook have managed to figure out how to manage their data in the hybrid cloud-native world, but there are various companies out there who lack the basic resource needed to manage their cloud. Mirantis’ new offering will focus on giving capabilities that were exclusive to big companies to everyone. Lonel stated that there are other big names in the segment like Microsoft, Amazon, and Google who tend to focus on this very problem, but the issue is that their offerings tend to focus more on being proprietary. This eventually leads to a lock, and various companies at the global level are trying their best to avoid this.