Barcelona, Spain
October 25-28, 2016

Event Details


Cisco: Containerization of OpenStack Services at Cisco and SAP to Gain Operational Advantage

Companies moving to provide cloud services for their lines of business are faced with a growing number of technology choices ranging from the choice of cloud computing platforms to application deployment based on virtual machines or containers and microservices. The speed at which the industry is advancing makes it difficult to distinguish between the hype and the reality of many of the new technology choices, which may often appear to be at odds with each other.

Fortunately, the OpenStack community is where we can explore new models and share our experiences of what works and what does not. Based on the work being done at Cisco and SAP, this talk will address how containerization of OpenStack services using Docker, Ansible, Kolla, and Kubernetes makes it easier for a small team to bring consistency and management to OpenStack services for both service providers and enterprise data centers.

Thursday, October 27, 1:50pm-2:30pm
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
IBM
Steven Dake currently serves as an elected Individual Director of the OpenStack Foundation.  Steve is focused on making multicloud computing a reality.  Steve is also actively involved in bridging communities between the OpenStack community and adjacent communities. Steve currently serves as a reviewer of some parts of Istio, in addition to contributing significant portions of the... FULL PROFILE
SAP SE
Michael is a software engineer at SAP in Berlin, Germany working on large-scale enterprise cloud systems. He has a keen interest in tools and technology that allow to release faster and more often. His expectation is that each commit automatically goes to production and it shouldn't be surprising that he is excited about containers, automation, orchestration and the cloud. Michael holds a... FULL PROFILE