Vancouver, BC
May 21-24, 2018

Event Details

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Integrating Keystone with large-scale centralized authentication.

Getting Keystone to integrate wtih LDAP is easy in a lab scenario with a few users and groups, but what about integrating Keystone into your Corporate Active Directory with thousands of users and groups, Nested groups, policies, and security.  This session will explore what you need to know about integrating Keystone into large-scale LDAP/AD environments and the challenges that lie ahead.  

What can I expect to learn?

This presentation is based on experience from the field in integrating Keystone into very large (thousands of objects) Active Directory and other LDAP-based centralized authentication systems.  Users will learn the capabilities and limitations of Keystone / LDAP integration, what to avoid, and how to optimize authentication.

Tuesday, May 22, 9:50am-10:30am (4:50pm - 5:30pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
OpenStack Solution Architect - Red Hat
I work for Red Hat as a senior OpenStack Solution Architect on the North American Commercial OpenStack Tiger team.  I have been working with OpenStack since Essex and was hooked immediately.  Prior to OpenStack and Red Hat, I was a Consulting Engineer for Apple working mostly with ADIC StorNext SANs, render farms, and large-scale indentity integration (LDAP/Kerberos/Heimdal).  I... FULL PROFILE
Red Hat, Principal Cloud Infrastructure Solutions Architect
Chris Janiszewski is an Red Hat OpenStack Solutions Architect. He is proud to help his clients validate their business and technical use cases on Linux, OpenStack, Kubernetes, Ceph and supporting components like networking or cloud automation and management. He is the father of two little kids and enjoys the majority of his free time playing with them.  When the kids are asleep he gets to put... FULL PROFILE