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Two+ years and still going strong: Edge Computing Working Group Update

The Edge Computing Working Group continues to work on defining use cases, identifying project synergies, and architecting a MVP based on the work we have already done in defining the use cases.  Join us as the panel discusses the work that we have been doing and how we have been engaged with the larger OpenStack, OpenInfrastructure and Open Source communities over the past year, and what we will be working on in the coming year. Projects and work includes:

  • Mapping Use cases to MVP architectures
  • Keystone federation development to support edge use cases
  • Glance support for federated models

What can I expect to learn?

Attendees will learn just how much the Edge Computing Working Group’s projects have advanced over the past year as the work has expanded to other projects within both the OpenStack and the wider Open Source communities.  This is an opportunity to learn how you can participate in driving innovation in this exciting new superset of the cloud computing technology, as the working group continues its mission to provide requirements to help vendors and Open Source projects create tools and features in support of the use cases.  This session will also serve as an introduction and roadmap, if you will, for the planned Edge forums and technical sessions that are part of the PTG.

Tuesday, April 30, 9:00am-9:40am(UTC -5)
Difficulty Level: N/A
Verizon, Advanced Networking Product Manager
 A SDN Product Strategist at Verizon, working on developing virtualized networking products and services. Involved in the OpenStack community since 2010. Helped architect some of the earliest large deployments, writing the documentation and designing the architectures as she went. Co-author of the OpenStack Architecture Design Guide. Active in the OpenStack Community as a member of the Edge... FULL PROFILE
Cisco
Ian works for Cisco doing network things. The world of networking uses more and more software.  We use software to connect your mobile phones to the network, we use software to monitor the routers that form the internet, we use software to deploy, configure and change all those network components.  If we get it right, you never even know it's there. Ian's been on this since 2012, making NFV... FULL PROFILE
Nokia Networks
Working in the telecom industry in the last one and half decade It was possible for me to see the evolution from vendor specific hardware to virtualisation and cloud and a bit beyond. Currently Gergely is part of a team of Nokia CTO which is reponsible for open source and standardisation. In the last year Gergely's was working in the OSF Edge Computing Group on the analyzis of edge use cases... FULL PROFILE
OpenStack Foundation, Ecosystem Technical Lead
Ildikó started her journey with virtualization during the university years and has been in connection with this technology different ways since then. She started her career at a small research and development company in Budapest, where she was focusing on areas like system management and business process modelling and optimization. Ildikó got in touch with OpenStack when she... FULL PROFILE
Ericsson Software Technology, President
Chris works with open source industry collaboration and development across projects, foundations and industry segments.  He is passionate about open technology and works toward finding the balance in corporate objecives and community needs through open source technologies. FULL PROFILE