Open Infrastructure Event
The world runs on open infrastructure. At the OpenStack Summit, you’ll learn about the mix of open technologies building the modern infrastructure stack, including OpenStack, Kubernetes, Docker, Ansible, Ceph, OVS, OpenContrail, OPNFV, and more. Whether you are pursuing a private, public or multi-cloud approach, the OpenStack Summit is the place to network, skill up and plan your cloud strategy.
Open Infrastructure Event
OpenStack continues to grow the number of projects in the Big Tent, and each Project is developing at a rapid pace. Whether you're an OpenStack Operator, Vendor, Contributor or Market Watcher, how do you keep up with this? That's where we come in! The OpenStack Product Work Group strives to work across our community to create a condensed, simplified set of roadmaps of the capabilities you can expect in the upcoming project releases.
In this session we'll present our findings across the different projects in an effort to give users a glimpse into OpenStack's upcoming capabilities. The roadmaps presented will span multiple releases and strive to unify the future direction of the individual projects on a per release basis. The findings are collected through direct interviews with the PTLs and condensed into an easy to consume format. You could try and track down what's coming through dozens of etherpads, hundreds of blueprints and spend your days living in IRC. Or you could come to our session. Consider it your ticket to seeing a glimpse into OpenStack's future.
The proliferation of Projects within the OpenStack community combined with ever increasing capabilities focused on addressing the needs of Markets and Operators is a good thing. But for someone looking to deploy an OpenStack Cloud, or define their update plan or even understand where they best can contribute, this can be a challenge. We are working to address this need through the creation and discussion of cross-community condensed, simplified roadmaps that outline what you can expect in the upcoming project releases (yes, this is multi-release!).
Session attendees should come away with an understanding of new capabilities and focus areas for key OpenStack projects. As well as how features will be implemented in the upcoming releases (2-3) to achieve that capability. Attendees will learn how new capabilities are organized by viewpoint (Project, Release, Theme)providing different levels of detail to meet the need of the attendee. Further they will learn where this info is stored for future reference and how to get unmet needs into the Community discussion.