Boston
May 8-11, 2017

Event Details


Scaling to 100 Nodes and Beyond

Enterprises have elicited concerns about the availability and performance of OpenStack as workload and deployment size increases. In this session, we want to promote adoption by showing you that with OpenStack, horizontal scaling is not only possible, but a straightforward and replicable process. We will discuss the environmental considerations necessary prior to scaling, then demonstrate our successful process of scaling a 22 node environment to 100 nodes and beyond.


What can I expect to learn?

Operators and leaders will learn that scaling on OpenStack is a straight-forward, replicable process. Attendees will walk away with knowledge on what must be considered prior to scaling, and what the scaling process entails.

Wednesday, May 10, 11:50am-12:30pm
Will be recorded
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Intel
Isaac Gonzalez is a Cloud Engineer, Software Engineer and DevOps Specialist. He is working for Intel Corporation at the OpenStack Innovation Center based in San Antonio at Rackspace HQ. He has been working with clouds since 2014, his primary focus is OpenStack deployment and reference architecture design. FULL PROFILE
Intel Corporation
Ianeta Hutchinson is working as a cloud software engineer at Intel within the OpenStack Innovation Center (OSIC) and is the specialty team lead of the High Availability (HA) Guide of the OpenStack manuals project. Ianeta has been contributing to OpenStack documentation since September 2016 after adding a "computer" prefix to her science background and completing a Masters degree in Information... FULL PROFILE
Rackspace
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