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OpenStack Juno

The successor to the Icehouse release of the OpenStack open source cloud computing platform, OpenStack Juno debuted on October 16, 2014 as the tenth release of OpenStack.

Among OpenStack Juno's most prominent additions are numerous new networking capabilities, including a Distributed Virtual Router (DVR), enhanced IPv6 support in the OpenStack Neutron networking project,  improved Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) support, better visibility into network information, and better support for multiple networks for the OpenStack Nova project.

The follow-up to OpenStack Juno, OpenStack Kilo, made its official debut in April 2015.

See also "A Cloud Computing Dictionary Resource" in Webopedia's Quick Reference section.










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