Binero joins Open Infrastructure Foundation to align on advancing open source public clouds
Binero – an IT infrastructure and cloud provider based in Sweden – now joins Open Infrastructure Foundation (OpenInfra) to collaborate around increasing the awareness of open source public clouds as an alternative to hyperscaler clouds.
The mission of OpenInfra is to support and help the global community build and operate open infrastructure, and the foundation hosts open source projects advancing not only Public, Private and Hybrid Clouds, but also areas such as AI/Machine Learning, CI/CD, Container Infrastructure, and Edge Computing.
“We are excited to collaborate with OpenInfra and the other OpenStack public cloud providers within the community, to create even more awareness and market opportunities for open source infrastructure and platforms” says Charlotte Darth, CEO at Binero.
Demand for a flexible, OpenStack-based and EU-compliant public cloud is clearly visible in Binero’s pipeline with increasing requests from both private and public sectors.
“New customers seeking to move from global hyperscaler platforms due to regulatory concerns regarding data and privacy, are pleasantly surprised by the level of functionality and performance/price-ratio that Binero’s local public cloud can offer. This, and the way we work closely with our customers to support their business, backed by a global open source community constantly pushing for secure innovation, means that customers don’t look back for a second”, says Linda Siwe, CCO at Binero.
The Binero cloud platform is built and developed for the hybrid landscape and multi-cloud environments. Functionally, it offers everything from simple management of virtual servers, to the ability to build fully automated and scalable platforms with orchestration templates. There is built-in support for container orchestration and cluster management of, for example, Kubernetes.
“It’s great to see another European OpenStack public cloud join the OpenInfra Foundation to help more organizations deploy open source resources in production,” said Mark Collier, COO of the OpenInfra Foundation. “We look forward to collaborating with their team and the global network of OpenStack-powered public cloud providers.”