- Ability and flexibility of running parts or all of your cloud solution and services on premise and / or on a public cloud
- Flexible deployment of cloud services into various topologies (public / public, public / private, private / private and so on)
- Choice in deployment and management of cloud services
An open hybrid cloud combines and unifies public cloud and private cloud services from multiple cloud vendors to create a single, flexible IT infrastructure, based on open source technologies. Learn more about What is Hybrid Cloud?.
- Building software with intention of OSS
- Keeping governance and planning in house
- Releases done in the open
- A condition in which continuing to use the cloud software or services requires you to select one specific cloud provider
- Cloud software that can be used with specific cloud or cloud services
- The opposite of open
- Running parts or all of a cloud solutions in multiple clouds.
- Ability and flexibility to move certain parts of a cloud solution to different cloud providers.
- The opposite of mono-cloud.
- Planning and building of software in the open with resulting artifacts available to all
- Open governance to allow all to participate in all aspects of the development and planning
- Using a license that allows software to be used, modified, embedded and sold by anyone