April 25-29, 2016

Event Details

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Private Swift Endpoint

In some cases, administrators have to restrict outbound reachability of internal tenant network.

Swift endpoints are no exception.

In this talk, we will discuss how we can make workaround to provideaccess to Swift for closed tenant network. Enterprise users who want to keep security needprivate Swift endpoints like VPC endpoints in AWS.

We will show a few methods to enable private Swift endpoints and considerpros and cons.

What can I expect to learn?

* A few methods to provide access to Swift into the internal tenant network

* Pros and cons of these methods

Wednesday, April 27, 4:30pm-5:10pm (9:30pm - 10:10pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Senior Software engineer
Yuki Nishiwaki is working as a Senior Software Engineer at LINE Corporation. He is leading the Private Cloud Platform team which is in charge of developing/operating Managed Kubernetes Service and OpenStack Cluster on a large scale in LINE. Prior to LINE Corp, He have been working at Cloud technology R&D team in NTT Communications for about 4 years. He had worked on OpenStack related works... FULL PROFILE
NTT Communications Corporation
Mahito Ogura is a Engineer at NTT Communications, working on Cloud technology R&D team.  He joined the team in late 2014 and since has been focused on to improve OpenStack in his company's cloud, to R&D OpenStack and to educate the cloud engineer.  Mahito has experience in distributed system development.  In the past 5.5 years he has been working for NTT Comware, defining... FULL PROFILE
NTT Communications
Masaki Matsushita is a software enginner at NTT Communications. He became an OpenStack contributor from Kilo release. He contributes to oslo.log, oslo.config and Trove. He proposed "fluent-formatter" blueprint to output logs to Fluentd as machine-readable format. It was released in Newton release. He also contributes Ruby programming language and works on performance improvement. FULL PROFILE