Atlassian is an Australian enterprise software company that develops products geared towards software developers and project managers. It is best known for its issue tracking application, JIRA, and its team collaboration product, Confluence. Atlassian serves over 35,000 customers globally, including 85 of the Fortune 100.
- Atlassian Summit 2012, San Francisco - "Inside the Atlassian OnDemand Private Cloud"
- Puppet Camp Tokyo 2014 - "Fireballs, ice bats and 1,000,000 plugins: a story of continuous delivery"
George Barnett, Atlassian
Funtoo Linux uses OpenVZ for its entire compute infrastructure, and Gentoo and Funtoo creator Daniel Robbins is a long-term fan of OpenVZ. Funtoo Linux currently has two OpenVZ-related initiatives -- one is the Funtoo Compute Initiative, which is a fully maintained, open and documented from-bare-metal deployment of OpenVZ using Funtoo Linux, based on Funtoo's own internal infrastructure. The second is Funtoo Containers, where OpenVZ is used to empower the Funtoo community to do cool things with Funtoo Linux.
Regarding OpenVZ, Daniel Robbins says:
OpenVZ has always delivered on the promise of true production-ready container technology. The OpenVZ team has wisely focused its efforts on delivering a true solution that can be relied upon for internal clouds, high performance computing, hosting, and empowering developers to do cool things. I use OpenVZ because it works, and works well, and the OpenVZ team continues to improve the technology in smart ways.
Our company has been using OpenVZ to provide services for customers for nearly 9 years. We are very pleased with it, as it enables us to provide maximum computing capabilities to our customers with almost no overhead. Compared with other solutions, OpenVZ has a number of competitive advantages, including the ploop file system and live migration of containers. We are truly grateful to the OpenVZ team for continuous support and wish the project further success! -- Pavel Odintsov, CTO, FastVPS Eesti OU
- Moscow Virtualization Meetup, Moscow - "Использование контейнеризации в среде массового хостинга"
MontanaLinux.org is a hub for Montana area Linux User Groups and has been using OpenVZ since 2005. MontanaLinux.org is primarily maintained by Scott Dowdle and a handful of other Montana area LUG members.
Scott's day job is Systems Administrator for the Computer Science Department at Montana State University Bozeman in Bozeman, Montana. The CS Dept. has been using OpenVZ for a handful of infrastructure servers for close to 10 years. Especially appreciated is the SAN-less live migration feature.
OpenVZ is also used in the CSCI 351 Systems Administration class where every student is given an OpenVZ container to manage and do their assignments in. Giving each student a system they can be "root" of provides them with valuable hands-on experience. OpenVZ works very well in educational environments.
We, at Parallels IT services, maintain the entire company infrastructure and actively use Linux containers for all provided services. We have chosen Virtuozzo containers for the high container density per server and for ease of administration. -- Pavel Gashev, System Administrator, Parallels Inc.
Parallels, a global leader in cross-platform solutions, makes it simple for customers to use and access the applications and files they need on any device or operating system. We help both businesses and individuals take advantage of the best technology out there, whether it’s Mac, Windows, iOS, Android, or the cloud.
Pixar Animation Studios
Pixar Animation Studios located in Emeryville, California. Pixar Animation Studios has created acclaimed animated feature and short films for over 25 years. Pixar is also home to the RenderMan line of software products.
"We’re booting 120,000 containers per day on OpenVZ, it’s okay I guess." -- Mathias Meyer, CEO of Travis CI
Yandex is one of the largest internet companies in Europe, operating Russia’s most popular search engine and its most visited website.
Wargaming Public Co Ltd is an international game developer and publisher. Primarily focused on TBS and RTS games, Wargaming switched to developing free-to-play online action games in 2009, and has since become one of the leaders in the market. The company's critical and commercial success came after the launch of its first online project, the military-themed team-based game World of Tanks.