Barcelona, Spain
October 25-28, 2016

Event Details

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Anatomy Of OpenStack Neutron Through the Eagle Eyes of Troubleshooters

The anatomy of an OpenStack project is different when looked at from the perspective of different roles, such as developers, system administrators, and support engineers (troubleshooters), etc. While a developer prefers to concentrate on certain areas of the code, an architect perceives the project as different pieces that need to be reconciled. System administrators and support engineers have to see both worlds when it comes to troubleshooting.

In this session, you’ll learn the anatomy of OpenStack Neutron troubleshooting from the point of view of a system administrator and a support associate. We’ll discuss how a Neutron looks when we hit an issue, and how we troubleshoot to isolate the problem to a specific component. We’ll explain these challenges using examples from real troubleshooting production issues.

What can I expect to learn?

Network admins will will learn different methodologies of troubleshooting openstack neutron. Users of other roles (Neutron developers, network Architects, etc) will learn how we approach network issues to drive better collaboration.  Other attendies will also get a good understanding of how this can be mimiced to the project (Storage, Compute, etc) of their interest and how draw its anatomy to make troubleshooting easier.

Thursday, October 27, 9:00am-9:40am (7:00am - 7:40am UTC)
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Senior Cloud Success Architect
  Sadique is working as Senior Cloud Success Architect and plays a vital role in architecting, building, implementing and supporting complex cloud IaaS solutions for enterprises and communication service providers, using open source technologies, primarily concentrating on Openstack and Virtualization with a 360 degree knowledge and experience of core Red Hat Enterprise Linux, clustering,... FULL PROFILE