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Microsoft Joins Open Infrastructure Foundation As A Platinum Member


OpenInfra Foundation has signed an agreement with Microsoft as the new Platinum Member. With this multi-year commitment, the OpenInfra community will work closely with Microsoft to advance open infrastructure use cases including hybrid cloud and 5G through participation in and contribution to several open source project communities.

In a presentation to the OpenInfra Board of Directors, Ryan van Wyk, Partner Software Engineering Manager for Azure for Operators at Microsoft, said the multi-year commitment to support the OpenInfra Foundation is Microsoft’s latest move to support a vibrant and diverse ecosystem of open source projects and communities.

Through Microsoft’s membership, van Wyk said the company will: represent the interests of its telecom customers in the OpenStack and broader OpenInfra community, actively contribute to several OpenInfra projects, and look for opportunities to integrate OpenInfra projects into Microsoft Azure product roadmap as it evolves.

Microsoft joins over 60 organizations that are members of the Foundation, advancing the mission of building open source communities who write software that runs in production. They join Platinum members Ant Group, Ericsson, Facebook, FiberHome, Huawei, Red Hat, Tencent and Wind River to define the future of open source powered infrastructure.

Microsoft will continue collaborating with the OpenInfra community around network cloud requirements and driving the adoption of cloud technology for core network workloads.

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