Event Details

OpenStack troubleshooting: field survival guide.
Running Openstack in production is not an easy task. Thankfully most openstack components share common principles and logic. This workshop will share basic troubleshooting steps applicable to majority of openstack components, as well as tips and tricks learned while running Openstack both in production and in the labs.
Audience can learn the basic principles of OpenStack components troubleshooting. Where to search and how to ask for help: IRC, mailing lists, openstack.org wiki/documentation etc. Workshop will provide a virtual machine image with preinstalled devstack and exercises covering a few failure scenarios.  We'll also share how to troubleshoot nova scheduler's "no valid host found" error messages, basic heat stack errors, recovering admin access to keystone etc.

What can I expect to learn?

This session is targeted for beginner and intermediate openstack users and administrators.

Some people still think that openstack is very complex and scary and this session will help fix this misunderstanding.

We'll share practice tips and hands-on experience with the audience.

Tuesday, April 30, 10:50am-11:30am
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Nokia Networks
Mars is 5G Cloud RAN engineer at Nokia, working on Openstack and LF networking projects. FULL PROFILE
Unaffiliated, Cloud Engineer
Mark is a Cloud / Software Engineer freelancer. He has an expertise in C++, Java, Python and JavaScript programming and works on local OpenStack enhancements. He is also a maintainer and instructor in the Openstack Upstream University. FULL PROFILE