A year ago, the company behind the open-source OpenStack IoT Platform announced it was working with Intel to integrate the Intel Atom platform into OpenStack to allow IoT devices to communicate over the OpenStack network.
Today, OpenStack has unveiled a new tool that lets you connect your devices to OpenStack.
The IoT Platform is now available on GitHub, but it’s been in beta for some time.
It’s also available on the company’s own cloud service, Open Cloud Platform, which you can download and install yourself.
There are a few limitations, like the fact that Open Cloud only supports two devices at a time.
The Open Cloud platform also only supports Linux machines, though Open Cloud is designed to work with Windows, OS X, and other cloud platforms.
If you’re looking to get the most out of Open Cloud, you should check out its new IoT Platform Beta.
In a blog post, the Open Cloud Team wrote that the tool allows you to use Open Cloud’s OpenStack orchestration platform to run on your Open Cloud machines.
“The IoT Platform allows you, the consumer, to run Open Cloud on your own hardware,” the OpenCloud team writes.
“It’s a complete IoT Platform experience that’s both easy to install and very easy to configure.”
You can also add your IoT device to the IoT Platform by clicking on the “Connect” button at the top of the app.
If the device is not already on the network, you’ll be prompted to install it.
When you click on the Open Platform button, the app will ask you whether you want to connect your IoT Device to Open Cloud.
Open Cloud will create a virtual machine that will act as your OpenCloud appliance, which will allow you to run the Opencloud services as well.
You can use OpenCloud to run IoT services like IoT Analytics, OpenCloud Security, and Open Cloud Monitoring.
If OpenCloud doesn’t have the hardware you need to run your IoT Service, you can install Open Cloud to add your own IoT device as a Virtual Machine.
The new OpenCloud device will run as a virtual appliance on OpenCloud Platform, but you’ll still have to configure your own devices to run it.
“This feature is a new addition to the OpenCL ecosystem, and we hope that it will open up many IoT vendors to the use of OpenCL and OpenCloud,” OpenCloud’s Amit Kumar wrote in a blog update.
“In the future, we’ll be adding additional support for additional hardware.”
OpenCloud is now open to developers and enterprises alike.
If it’s not your first time using OpenCloud, you may want to start here to get a head start.
You’ll also want to download the Open Stack Enterprise Cloud App.
The Cloud App will let you get started with OpenCloud and the IoT platform, but the SDKs aren’t yet ready for general use.
It also doesn’t include the cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive that are in the OpenClone or OpenCloud apps.
For more on IoT, check out this video from the OpenSource Initiative.