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Running OpenStack in the Black

In this session, we’ll examine OpenStack and related open infrastructure projects, and talk about how to leverage them to achieve economic and operational harmony in a multi-infra, multi-cloud, multi-arch enterprise.  Moving beyond software, we’ll discuss and differentiate private cloud and legacy application hardware strategies.

How can IT organizations compete with giant public cloud providers’ cost efficiency?  This session will present useful research and discussion for OpenStack Admins and IT Managers who face this challenge.  This session will cover concrete principles, concepts, and approaches, agnostic of the tool chain.

What can I expect to learn?

Valuable war stories from 2012 through present will be discussed, providing color and light to the fiscal and operational challenges of open source private cloud infrastructure for modern IT enterprises.  Audience participation, Q & A are highly encouraged.  This is not about any one specific piece of tooling or distribution.  This session will cover concrete principles, concepts, and approaches, agnostic of the tool chain.

Wednesday, November 6, 9:00am-9:40am (1:00am - 1:40am UTC)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Chris MacNaughton is a software engineer on the OpenStack Engineering team at Canonical. He focuses on application modeling and test automation. Chris is a core contributor in the OpenStack Charms and NovaLXD projects, as well as a contributor to several other OpenStack projects. FULL PROFILE
OpenStack Engineering Mgr
As the Engineering Manager at Canonical, Ryan leads a global team of open-source software developers who focus on delivering upgradable, supportable distribution methodologies and lifecycle automation tooling surrounding OpenStack, Ceph, and other open-source software infrastructure projects.  He and his team produce and maintain the Ubuntu Cloud Archive, one of the long-standing primary... FULL PROFILE