StarlingX Resources

The StarlingX project provides an open source, deployment-ready, scalable, highly reliable edge infrastructure cloud platform. Originating from proven code that has been widely deployed, StarlingX is now a pilot project under the OpenStack Foundation.

  • What's in StarlingX for you and how to get started

    What's in StarlingX for you and how to get started

    You’ve heard about StarlingX but not sure it is for you yet? Learn more about opportunities and the first steps of staring to contribute.

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  • Join a StarlingX Session at Open Infrastructure Summit in Denver

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  • Download the StarlingX source code and join the discussion

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  • Overcoming OpenStack Obstacles at the Edge

    Overcoming OpenStack Obstacles at the Edge

    OpenStack is increasingly deployed for cloud management in network virtualization applications. The open source software orchestrates virtual machines (VMs) running on virtualized infrastructure...

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  • StarlingX Overview

    StarlingX Overview

    StarlingX is a complete cloud infrastructure software stack for the edge used by the most demanding applications in industrial IOT, telecom, video delivery and other ultra-low latency use cases.

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  • What is StarlingX?46:41

    What is StarlingX?

    StarlingX is open source software that provides cloud infrastructure for the most demanding applications in edge, industrial IoT, and telecom use cases. It is based on code contributed by...

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  • How to try out and get involved with StarlingX

    How to try out and get involved with StarlingX

    StarlingX is an open source project that offers you the services you need for your distributed edge cloud either to choose from or to deploy it as one package. The project builds on existing...

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  • StarlingX Project Overview Presentation

    StarlingX Project Overview Presentation

    StarlingX provides a deployment-ready, scalable, highly reliable Edge infrastructure software platform.

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  • Deep Dive of the StarlingX Architecture and Features38:58

    Deep Dive of the StarlingX Architecture and Features

    Ian Jolliffe, Brent Rowsell and Dean Troyer will provide a deep dive of the StarlingX architecture and features.  We will discuss the status of the code base today and some of the things we believe ar

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  • WIND RIVER TITANIUM CLOUD: KEY TECHNOLOGY FOR THE STARLINGX PROJECT

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  • StarlingX at OpenStack Summit5:57

    StarlingX at OpenStack Summit

    Meet StarlingX the new independent, top-level, pilot project that’s supported by the OpenStack Foundation. StarlingX brings you a complete cloud infrastructure software stack for the edge used by the

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  • Accelerating the Deployment of Critical Infrastructure Edge Services Through the OpenStack StarlingX Project

    Accelerating the Deployment of Critical Infrastructure Edge Services Through the OpenStack StarlingX Project

    The StarlingX open source project was created to address the need for an open source software platform that enables telco-grade applications and services to be deployed at the network edge.

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  • Driving an Open Edge Computing Infrastructure Through Wind River Titanium Cloud Contributions

    Driving an Open Edge Computing Infrastructure Through Wind River Titanium Cloud Contributions

    Intel and Wind River previously announced our intent to open source components from the Wind River® Titanium Cloud portfolio. Today we are pleased to deliver on that...

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  • Teaser: Building the Open Source Distributed Edge Cloud – StarlingX at ARM Tech Con6:10

    Teaser: Building the Open Source Distributed Edge Cloud – StarlingX at ARM Tech Con

    Excerpts from Glenn Seiler’s presentation to introduce StarlingX at ARM Tech Con. This presentation provides an brief introduction to the StarlingX project. Glenn discusses how and why to get...

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  • Distributed Edge Clouds Are Complex, But Must They Be Difficult?

    Distributed Edge Clouds Are Complex, But Must They Be Difficult?

    Service providers need to support applications that require extremely low latency and high bandwidth to cloud services, but the traditional, centralized cloud architecture was not designed for that.

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