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The open infrastructure landscape is changing, and so is the Summit. Now that users are integrating dozens of open source tools into a modern stack that reaches well beyond the scope of OpenStack, we’re re-organizing the event to focus on specific problem domains like container infrastructure, edge computing and CI/CD and we are focusing on the hard work of integrating all of these tools developed in disparate communities. This is the essential work of 2018 and beyond, to ensure that open infrastructure is truly a viable path for operators.

Boston
May 8-11, 2017

The Must-Attend

Open Infrastructure Event

Join the movement behind the most widely deployed open source cloud platform. Whether you are pursuing a private, hybrid or multi-cloud approach, the OpenStack Summit is the place to network, skill up and plan your cloud strategy.

Boston
May 8-11, 2017

Event Details


Containerizing OpenStack Deployments: Lessons Learned from TripleO

There are multiple tools that allow for deploying OpenStack on containers. Some of these tools started from scratch with contianers in mind, some others broke backwards compatibility and some others are aiming for a smooth transition from host based deployment to a containerized one.

TripleO is undergoing the transition from a baremetal to a containerized deployment and it's already overcome several challenges related to this process. This presentation aims to share the technical challenges from a deployment and operations perspective that are common to every containers based OpenStack deployment. The experiences that will be shared go from config management to volumes and network administration.


What can I expect to learn?
  • How to migrate from non-containerized deployment to a containerized deployment
  • How to manage storage for containers
  • How to manage dynamic config generation for OpenStack deployments
  • How to distribute and group containers in a containers based OpenStack deployment
Monday, May 8, 3:40pm-4:20pm
Level: Beginner
Red Hat
Prior to Red Hat, Flavio worked on Big Data oriented applications, search engines and message systems. He was also an active member of Gnome's a11y team where he contributed to Orca and created MouseTrap, a head-tracker application. Outside Red Hat Flavio likes to take run, travel, hang around with family and friends and whatever seems interesting. Flavio spends most of his time hacking on... FULL PROFILE