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A reliable etcd based messaging architecture for OpenStack

Join us to learn how we've architected etcd as a messaging framework within our OpenStack neutron ML2 driver. Our ML2 driver is called networking-vpp and it programs the Vector Packet Processing (VPP) platform within OpenStack. VPP is an open source production quality switch/router currently running in shipping products. Using our driver, you can easily use VPP within OpenStack to provide high-throughput, low-latency network services to your applications.

Specifically, you'll learn:

1. The software architecture of our driver

2. How we use Etcd within OpenStack Neutron to commmunicate network states data

3. The various networking features we currently support such as the ACLs, Layer3 Routing with HA,

    VLAN Port trunking and VXLAN GPE

4. How to deploy and use the ML2 driver in your environment

5. Security features such as message signing and RBAC.


What can I expect to learn?

1. The software architecture of our driver

2. How we use Etcd within OpenStack Neutron to commmunicate network states data

3. The various networking features we currently support such as the ACLs, Layer3 Routing with HA,

    VLAN Port trunking and VXLAN GPE

4. How to deploy and use the ML2 driver in your environment along with VPP

5. Security features such as message signing and RBAC.

Wednesday, November 14, 4:30pm-4:40pm
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Cisco Systems
Naveen Joy is a cloud software architect/developer at Cisco with hands-on experience in OpenStack cloud development and solutions integration. He is presently a core developer for the OpenStack networking-vpp project. He has been involved in the architecture and development of several OpenStack based cloud projects at Cisco. He specializes in cloud networking, security, container and... FULL PROFILE
Cisco
An OpenStack developer and user since the Essex release, Ian works on the internals of Openstack, on applications to run on top of Openstack, and on making Openstack easy for people to use.  His current focus is in NFV, the work to use Openstack to provide virtual network functions in an OpenStack cloud for use in telco networks - a balancing act to get maximum performance from a cloud... FULL PROFILE