April 25-29, 2016

Event Details

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How to Troubleshoot OpenStack Without Losing Sleep

The complex architecture, design, and difficulties while troubleshooting amplifies the effort in debugging a problem with an OpenStack environment. This can give administrators and support associates sleepless nights if OpenStack native and supporting components are not configured properly and tuned for optimum performance, especially with large deployments that involve high availability and load balancing.

We, being support associates dedicated for OpenStack, along with system administrators have gone through a lot of sleepless nights to chase problems like this. Throughout this session we will discuss some of those problems in depth, how we learned to troubleshoot them, what the root cause was, and how we arrived at the right solution. Some of these problems are related with scaling load balancers that sit in front of API services, scaling rabbitmq message bus, scaling connections to MariaDB + Galera, and many more.


What can I expect to learn?

Attendees will have good understanding on some of the most commonly known issues with openstack that can hit their environment. This will help system administrators, architects and openstack users to be aware of these problems, scan their openstack deployment, proactively identify possibility of hitting them and apply these solutions before they are hit.

Tuesday, April 26, 12:05pm-12:45pm (5:05pm - 5:45pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Tags: Ops User Talk
Senior Cloud Success Architect
  Sadique is working as Senior Cloud Success Architect and plays a vital role in architecting, building, implementing and supporting complex cloud IaaS solutions for enterprises and communication service providers, using open source technologies, primarily concentrating on Openstack and Virtualization with a 360 degree knowledge and experience of core Red Hat Enterprise Linux, clustering,... FULL PROFILE
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