May 8-11, 2017

Event Details

DefCore to Interop and Back Again: OpenStack Programs and Certifications Explained

Openstack Interop (formerly DefCore) guidelines have been in place for 2 years now, and anyone wanting to use OpenStack logo must pass these guidelines. How are guidelines created and updated? How would your favorite project be added to it? How can you guarantee that your OpenStack deployment will comply with the new guidelines? In this session we will cover OpenStack Interop guidelines and components, as well as explain how they are created and updated.

What can I expect to learn?

Attendees will learn how the guidelines are created and updated. They will also learn how new projects can be added to exsisting guidelines. 

Wednesday, May 10, 2:40pm-3:20pm
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Mark Voelker is currently the OpenStack Architect with VMware, but generally prefers to think of himself as a breadth-first technologist. In past lives he has worked as a software engineer, engineering manager, and architect designing web applications, automation systems, mobile apps, traffic generators, and more weasely hacks than he can shake a stick at. He also helped design... FULL PROFILE
Egle Sigler is a principal architect on Rackspace's OpenStack Private Cloud team and an OpenStack Foundation board member. As part of the board, Egle is co-chair of the DefCore committee and the Diversity Working Group. Egle has co-authored two books, DevOps for VMware Administrators and OpenStack Cloud Computing Cookbook. Egle wants OpenStack to be regarded... FULL PROFILE