Boston
May 8-11, 2017

Event Details

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Behind the Curtains: Predictable Performance with Nova

A behind the scenes look at booting a virtual machine.  Examine what happens when a VM is launched and booted from Cinder volumes with Neutron ports and PCI-passthrough/SRIOV.  A great introduction to Nova and Neutron to help users understand what is happening and how different configuration changes impact the VM performance.  Kernel tweaks, Numa placement, optimizations available but not well known.  People working with OpenStack in Telecom or the Internet of Things in production or developing on top of OpenStack would benefit from this talk to better understand how all the pieces come together to successfully deploy a virtual machine for predictable performance and how to troubleshoot problems when things go wrong. 


What can I expect to learn?

How to leverage OpenStack to deploy apps with predictable performance, leveraging all the great features of Nova.

Thursday, May 11, 4:10pm-4:50pm (8:10pm - 8:50pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Red Hat, Director SW Engineering
  Ian has experience in Telecom, Industrial verticals and has been contributing to Openstack since 2013.  He is most active these days in defining solutions that take cloud technologies and compute resources to the Edge.  Ian is a committer on the OPNFV high availability project, contributor to Akraino and a member of the StarlingX Technical Steering Committee.... FULL PROFILE
Wind River Systems
Chris Friesen is a software architect at Wind River, one of the inaugural developers of the OpenInfra StarlingX project, and the current technical lead of the containers sub-project.  Prior to that he helped create the Titanium Cloud product which contributed seed code into StarlingX. He has worked at various levels of the stack from kernel device drivers up to guest userspace, with a current... FULL PROFILE