Much has happened with OpenStack since it got its start in July 2010, with vendors coming and going, but one thing that has remained strong is the level of contribution and activity in the open source project. More than 25,000 code changes were made to OpenStack during the six-month Train development cycle, by over 1,000 developers working at 150 different organizations.
"This pace of development, nine years and 20 releases in, is really important," Mark Collier, chief operating officer at the OpenStack Foundation, told ITPro Today. "It's a really good sign that speaks to the health of the community."
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