Friday, February 12, 2016

OpenStack Summit Austin 2016 Presentation Votes (ends Feb. 17th, 2016)

Open voting is available for all session submissions until Wednesday, Feb 17, 2016 at 11:59PM PST. This is a great way for the community to decide what they want to hear.

 I have submitted a handful of sessions which I hope will be voted for. Below are some short summary's and links to their voting pages.

Operations and Management of your OpenStack Multi-Tenant Platform ( Speaker: Cameron Seader )
You need to deploy your OpenStack infrastructure with ease and without interruption. Audit your OpenStack environment for known vulnerabilites and quickly remediate them. When your growth creates a necessity to fine tune your storage, compute, and control resources you need to quickly determine your bottlenecks and easily...

Shared Filesystems Management (Manila); Forging the way ahead ( Speakers: Cameron Seader, Anika Suri - NetApp )
Manila is the OpenStack shared filesystem service that was announced September 2013. In January 2015 it was labeled as an officially incubated OpenStack program. Now with the current stable release in Liberty, Manila is providing the management of file shares (for example, NFS and CIFS) as a core service to OpenStack. Manila currently works with a variety of vendors, including NetApp, Red Hat Storage (GlusterFS), EMC, IBM GPFS, Hitachi, HPE, and on a base Linux NFS server...

Your Software-Defined Data Center Leading the Way; Agile DevOps ( Speakers: Cameron Seader, Simon Briggs)
With new tooling comes opportunity to change the way we do things.  So take a journey through time, looking at where we have come from and where we are going.... OpenStack leading the way towards a software-defined data center. How can the software-defined data center take us to the cloud with OpenStack.  Will we be able to adapt teams to these new methods? How to get there?  Well learn about Agile development and DevOps and how they meet together to fill the gaps in your software-defined data center approach...

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