Austin
April 25-29, 2016

Event Details


Rocket Fuel for Networks: SDN Solutions with OpenStack Fuel

Providing secure, high-performance, SLA-compliant cloud services to multiple tenants in multiple locations with hybrid cloud topologies is nearly impossible to do with OpenStack’s default networking back-ends. Juniper Contrail SDN provides a more mature solution, with a logical leaf-spine layout for added performance and resilience and BGP-based federation at the network edges for facilitating hybrid cloud connectivity. But manually integrating it requires complex configuration. The Juniper Contrail Networking plugin for Fuel virtually automates deployment, making it easy to add Сontrail SDN as a networking backend option.

The session covers:

  • Juniper Contrail plugin integration
  • How the Fuel Contrail plugin works
  • DPDK with Contrail enablement

Live demo of environment creationAttendees will leave this session with a firm picture of what constitutes a mature SDN solution for OpenStack, with a toolkit for simplified deployment.


What can I expect to learn?

In this session, we’ll cover:

  • Juniper Contrail plugin integration
  • How the Fuel Contrail plugin works, including:
  • Logical architecture
  • Components
  • Technical solution description
  • DPDK with Contrail enablement

Live demo of environment creationAttendees will leave this session with a firm picture of what constitutes a mature SDN solution for OpenStack, with a toolkit for simplified deployment.

Thursday, April 28, 11:50am-12:30pm
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Mirantis
Oleksandr is a Mirantis Team Lead in the Partner Integration Team with 3+ years working in DevOps, Puppet automation, and networking. FULL PROFILE
Mirantis
Andrian is a Project manager in the Partner Integration Team, with 11+ years in Project management and networking. FULL PROFILE