Boston
May 8-11, 2017

Event Details


The care and feeding of a public cloud service on OpenStack

A talk filled with war stories from designing, building and operating a multi site public cloud service
on OpenStack with all the bells and whistles expected, including a custom control panel.
And keeping the beast running and up to date.


What can I expect to learn?

Including but not limited to:

 

* Thoughts on design - going with community or propriatary vendor solutions.
* Due to hysterical reasons - from manual installation to Ansible Openstack and the path between.
* A bewildering story of networking.
* Handling hardware
* Around the world in 80 ms - coping with multiple locations and making them cooperate.
* The sad state of billing.
* Minor bugs, issues and and live patching.
* Vendor support - or the lack thereof.
* The API and coding against it.
* The importance of test and development systems.
* Supporting the mess, from customer input to fix in production.
* Keeping the beast up to date.
* Some final advices.

 

Monday, May 8, 4:55pm-5:05pm
Difficulty Level: Beginner
City Network Hosting AB
Magnus Bergman has been working with Unix, Networking and Security for around 20 years. Currently he is a tech geek at City Network Hosting designing and implementing new stuff mostly related to Openstack and core networking. FULL PROFILE