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Want to keep ahead of what's going on with OpenStack? Check out these recent guides and tutorials for open source cloud success. OpenStack tutorials Today marks the release of OpenStack's seventh release, Queens[2]. After a 26-week release schedule, Queens brings into the fold new projects and new features, including strong container integration, support for vGPUs, and many advancements around NFV, edge computing, and machine learning applications. For an overview of many of the great new things you'll find in this release, see the official press release[3]. Meanwhile, OpenStack's development community is gathered this week in Dublin, Ireland for the twice-a-year Project Teams Gathering[4] (PTG). As developers seek to better understand and implement the needs of the OpenStack user community, users themselves can begin exploring what Queens has

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