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Thursday, October 6
 

1:45pm

Cloud Foundry Deployment for OpenStack

Cloud Foundry Deployment for OpenStack

Cloud Foundry and OpenStack are both emerging platforms for enterprises to run flexible, scalable cloud solutions. Mr. Hoffman will walk through the approach, considerations and best-practices when deploying Cloud Foundry with OpenStack.  He will also review how a Cloud Foundry infrastructure running on top of OpenStack can be automated through enStratus.


Speakers
avatar for Jeff Hoffman

Jeff Hoffman

Product Manager at enStratus. (Cloud management and governance product for public and private clouds.) Always interested to see where the community is taking OpenStack.


Thursday October 6, 2011 1:45pm - 2:15pm
Hutchinson (2nd Floor)

3:30pm

Virtual Private Storage Arrays

Virtual Private Storage Arrays

This session is dedicated to Block Storage for cloud servers.  It describes the Virtual Private Storage Array project that is targetted to Enterprises that want to move high profile applications to the Cloud. This project, allows to deploy block storage in the cloud where the user has the same level of control, performance predictability and security of the storage environment as they have today in their datacenter using Enterprise SAN Storage Arrays.


Speakers
avatar for Nelson Nahum

Nelson Nahum

Co-founder CEO, Zadara Storage


Thursday October 6, 2011 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Hutchinson (2nd Floor)
 
Friday, October 7
 

11:00am

OpenStack Deployment Panel

Panelists will discuss deploying OpenStack, and questions may include:

- What are the biggest challenges you have faced so far in deploying Diablo?
- What are the size of the OpenStack deployments you have handled so far?
- This release seems to mark the arrival of a large number of tools to simplify deployment of OpenStack, does this mean that it is getting easier to do?
- Do you think that there is a possibility that one day a single tool will be able to handle all deployment scenarios?
- Is deployment the most critical part of an OpenStack project?
- Is speed of deployment a critical factor for you?


Speakers
avatar for Nick Barcet

Nick Barcet

Nick Barcet joined Canonical in September 2007 where he is Cloud Product Manager since 2009. In this role he helps organizations (Canonical, customers and partners) define their cloud strategy and build their own cloud infrastructures. This includes work with Dell, Rackspace, Intel... Read More →
avatar for Jan Olderdissen

Jan Olderdissen

Jan Olderdissen [Lead Developer] has over 18 years of experience in commercial software development. Prior to joining QuorumLabs, Mr. Olderdissen served as Chief Software Architect at Data Direct Networks where he created DDN's cloud storage product (WOS), and Distinguished Engineer... Read More →


Friday October 7, 2011 11:00am - 12:00pm
Hutchinson (2nd Floor)

1:00pm

OpenStack Storage Panel
Speakers
avatar for Greg Arnette

Greg Arnette

Mr. Arnette is responsible for product vision, technical innovation, and engineering leadership. He has been a messaging, collaboration, Internet, and networking expert for over 15 years, and has been consulted by leading corporations on the management and administration of email... Read More →
avatar for Adam Carter

Adam Carter

Adam Carter is an expert in storage virtualization and 10 year veteran of scale-out IP storage systems.  Adam has led product management at LeftHand Networks, HP, and VMware, bringing revolutionary products to market.  Adam pioneered the industry's first Virtual Storage Appliance... Read More →
avatar for William Oppermann

William Oppermann

William Oppermann CTO and founder of MSPTOR in 2006 has extensive experience in the ICT industry and in particular the enterprise data storage industry has worked in new product development for over 20 years. His career includes eight years as CTO at storage company Raidtec Corporation... Read More →
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Ian Osborne

Ian is CEO of Vehera who trade as SMEStorage. Prior to this Ian has held CEO, VP and General Management positions for companies such as Versata, ATG,  and SpinDrift. SMEStorage provide an Open Cloud Platform that supports over 30 Cloud vendors, including OpenStack Swift.


Friday October 7, 2011 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Hutchinson (2nd Floor)

2:00pm

OpenStack Networking Panel

OpenStack Networking Panel

We will cover the current state and future directions for networking within OpenStack.  We will provide a quick overview of networking in Nova today, including futures introduced in the Diablo release.  Our panel will then describe the key challenges they have seen for OpenStack networking and their thoughts on how these challenges can be addressed.  Please bring your questions for the panel to address!


Speakers
avatar for Michael Scherbakov

Michael Scherbakov

Mike is a lead strategist for the cloud innovation team at Mirantis, a software engineering company delivering custom cloud platforms. As team leader, he manages the company’s OpenStack group and plans research in open source technologies.  Mike works closely with customers, helping... Read More →
avatar for Dan Wendlandt

Dan Wendlandt

OpenStack Lead, VMware
Dan Wendlandt from Nicira is the project technical lead (PTL) for the OpenStack Quantum project. He has been in product management and software development roles at Nicira, helping customers deploy the company's Network Virtualization Platform (NVP) in both public and private clouds... Read More →


Friday October 7, 2011 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Hutchinson (2nd Floor)

3:15pm

Xen and OpenStack

Xen.org has several initiatives that aim to have an impact onOpenStack adoption and feature richness. This talk will include adiscussion on the Xen Cloud Platform (XCP), the XCP toolstack (XAPI)port to popular Linux distributions, and the Xen on ARM initiative.


XCP combines the Xen hypervisor with enhanced security, storage, andnetwork virtualization technologies to offer a rich set of virtualinfrastructure cloud services. These XCP cloud services can beleveraged by OpenStack cloud providers to enable isolation andmulti-tenancy capabilities in their environments. XCP also providesthe user requirements of security, availability, performance, andisolation for private and public OpenStack cloud deployments.


Xen.org is working to make XCP and OpenStack work seamlessly so thattogether they can be the ultimate open source cloud solution. Inaddition to deploying XCP as a separate component with OpenStack,Xen.org is simultaneously porting the XCP toolstack (XAPI) to Linuxdistributions, which will give cloud administrators an easy-to-installOpenStack and Xen-based integrated alternative.


Finally, industry thought leaders, such as Mark Shuttleworth, aresupporting the adoption of ARM in server-class systems. Consequently,the port of Xen to the ARM platform could make it possible forOpenStack and Xen to lead the way into the future of ARM-based clouddeployments.


Speakers
avatar for Todd Deshane

Todd Deshane

Todd Deshane is a technology evangelist for Xen.org. He began his involvement with Xen in 2003 as a graduate student at Clarkson University. Todd has published several research papers in virtualization and is a co-author of the book "Running Xen". He has also taught tutorial sessions... Read More →


Friday October 7, 2011 3:15pm - 3:45pm
Hutchinson (2nd Floor)

3:45pm

4:15pm