OpenInfra Foundation Announces New Multi-Cloud Management Project ‘Taibai’

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The Open Infrastructure Foundation (OpenInfra Foundation), an open source multicloud platform announced that it has a new project: Taibai, shared with its OpenInfra Labs Cloud Network.

FiberHome, a platinum member of the OpenInfra Foundation is coder and the Taibai project, who had also contributed it to the OpenInfra Labs community.

Taibai takes advantage of a microservices framework to deliver a scalable and customisable multi-cloud platform that enterprises can use to simplify multi-cloud management and improve the efficiency of cloud resource utilisation. The Taibai unified service portal allows users, administrators and operators to manage diverse cloud architectures and third-party integration across multiple data centres and public clouds.

Taibai is said to take advantage of a microservices framework to deliver a scalable and customisable multi-cloud platform that enterprises can use to simplify multi-cloud management and improve the efficiency of cloud resource utilisation. Its unified service portal allows users, administrators and operators to manage diverse cloud architectures and third-party integration across multiple data centres and public clouds.

The multi-cloud resource orchestration capabilities of Taibai includes templatising of policies, workflow engines, scheduling of resources across clouds, customising resource types and third-party integrations and so on.

Hao Wang, cloud architect and manager of system department, FiberHome Cloud Computing R&D Center, said, “After almost two years of development and testing, Taibai is ready for its open source debut. Taibai will now benefit from the assistance of all contributors and the OpenInfra Foundation; together we will collect and implement more and more user’s requests for multi-cloud management, with the aim to make Taibai one of the best solutions for many different clouds and industries, says Hao Wang, cloud architect and manager of system department, FiberHome Cloud Computing R&D Centre.

 

 

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