Mist - Open source multi-cloud management platform

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Mist is an open source platform for managing heterogeneous computing infrastructure, aka a Multi-Cloud Management Platform. The managed computing resources may be running on any combination of public clouds, private clouds, hypervisors, bare metal servers, container hosts. Mist provides a unified way to operate, monitor & govern cloud resources. The mission statement of the Mist platform is to help commoditize computing by alleviating vendor lock-in.

https://mist.io/
https://github.com/mistio/mist-ce

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