Austin
April 25-29, 2016

Event Details


Deploying Lots of Teeny Tiny Telco Clouds

Over the last year at AT&T we have been deploying dozens of OpenStack clouds to host VNFs and other applications central to AT&T's business. This has been a challenging process which has produced enough heroic tales to fill a legendary tome of engineering. In this talk, we will focus on the particular problem of deploying very small form factor, multi-vendor, OpenStack clouds.


What can I expect to learn?

How to deal with multiple DHCPs and PXE booters (multi-vendor) on a single L2 network

How to create a very small form factor bootstrap environment (<100MB)

A complete automation workflow that fulfills the "cloud in a box" ideal

An overview of each tool and it's function in the architectureAnalysis and retrospective from 50+ production deployments

Wednesday, April 27, 5:20pm-6:00pm
Difficulty Level: Advanced
Mirantis
Mike Wilson is a Systems Architect at Mirantis. His experience with OpenStack includes upstream developmen as well as being the principal architect and lead in setting up one of the largest OpenStack deployments in the world in his time with Bluehost. Previous to this, Mike worked for Familysearch and was responsible for maintaining large scale multi-regional installations with thousands... FULL PROFILE
AT&T, LEAD-SYSTEM ARCHITECT
Alan Meadows works as an Cloud Platform Architect at AT&T, responsible for designing, maintaining, and scaling Cloud infrastructure that spans hundreds of datacenters with mission critical telecom requirements. FULL PROFILE
AT&T
Lee has been in the IT industry for over 20 years the majority of which as a consultant.  Four years ago AT&T gave him a pitcher of OpenStack cool-aid and he has been drinking it ever since.   FULL PROFILE