According to OpenStack users survey, Cloud Foundry is the 2nd most popular workload on OpenStack. You want to deploy Cloud Foundry on OpenStack or already have. What's next?
Cloud Foundry continues to evolve with revolutionary changes, e.g move from bosh-micro to bosh-init, using the new eCPI, move to Diego etc.
Same with OpenStack, e.g changes from Keystone v2 to v3, from Liberty to Mitaka, network plugins changes etc. Both IaaS and PaaS layers are changing frequently. How do you do in-place updates/upgrades/operational tasks without impacting user experience at both the layers?
In this talk will discuss our lessons learnt operating hybrid Cloud Foundry deployments on top of OpenStack over the last two years and how we used underlying technologies to seamlessly operate them
3. Ansible playbooks via Ursula
We will also detail community tools to validate if Cloud Foundry deployment will work on your OpenStack etc.
Technical tools, tips, and processes to put in place to achieve operational efficiciency on OpenStack, and be able to drive in place updates and upgrades.