Austin
April 25-29, 2016

Event Details

Please note: All times listed below are in Central Time Zone


Load Balancing as a Service, Mitaka and Beyond

Load balancing as a Service (LBaaS) has been one of the critical features asked for by cloud tenants.

For the Mitaka release cloud providers such as Rackspace, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, etc. have partnered with the community and load balancer vendors such as Radware and A10 to enhance the new LBaaS v2 service with Horizon support, L7 rules, and active/standby support.


What can I expect to learn?

In this session we will give an overview of current state of the Load Balancing as a Service project, including the Octavia reference implementation. We will highlight what is new in the Mitaka release and introduce our plans for the Newton release.

Specifically we plan to cover the following new features in the Mitaka release:

Active/standby support

Layer 7 content rules

LBaaS v2 Horizon support

Wednesday, April 27, 3:30pm-4:10pm (8:30pm - 9:10pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Red Hat, Principal Software Engineer
Michael is the PTL for OpenStack Octavia and a core reviewer in the Kosmos (GSLB) project. Over his fifteen year career at HP he has worked on data center automation, distributed network systems, embedded system design, and big data. After HP, Michael joined Rackspace as a technical lead for OpenStack Innovation Center (OSIC) and part of the Rackspace private cloud team. Michael is now a... FULL PROFILE
GoDaddy, Software Engineer
Adam is a founding member and core reviewer for OpenStack Octavia, and has been involved with LBaaS in OpenStack for almost three years. He is passionate about computers, home automation, cars, food, travel, and the Oxford comma. FULL PROFILE
IBM, Software Engineer
Doug Fish has worked for IBM since 1997 focused on user interface development. He is a core reviewer on Horizon with interests in localization, usability, extensibility, and stability. FULL PROFILE