Vancouver, BC
May 21-24, 2018

Event Details

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Cloud Monitoring with Vitrage – Hands-On Lab

After the great success of Vitrage hands-on labs that were executed in the Openstack Barcelona and Boston summits, here comes the new lab!

Are you a cloud admin managing a large deployment, struggling with fault management in your system? Are you an OpenStack distro vendor seeking to help your customers deal with increasingly complex fault scenarios in their production environments? 

Vitrage is an official OpenStack Root Cause Analysis service, designed to organize, visualize and analyze faults in your Cloud. 

In this hands-on lab, our core developers will present an overview of what Vitrage is all about and will guide you through the process of installing, configuring and experimenting with Vitrage on your own laptop. By the end of this session, you will know how to personalize Vitrage for your own system structure and needs; Enough to "make it your own". 


What can I expect to learn?

Attendees will learn how Vitrage helps the cloud operator analyze the status of the cloud by providing a holistic and complete view of the system, with advanced root cause analysis. They will practice installing and configuring Vitrage on their own laptops and become familiar with its different capabilities.  

For developers it will be a great opportunity to get an in-depth knowledge of Vitrage, especially if they wish to become Vitrage contributors.  


Tuesday, May 22, 1:50pm-3:20pm (8:50pm - 10:20pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Nokia Networks
Eyal has 20 years of experience in development. Today Eyal is a member of Analytics Insight team in Nokia's CloudBand. On his free time, when not spending time with his family, Eyal likes swimming. FULL PROFILE
nokia, Software Engineer
Muhamad is a software engineer in Analytics Insight team in Nokia's CloudBand. He is currently a developer of the Vitrage, OpenStack Root Cause Analysis (RCA) project, dedicated to organizing, analyzing and visualizing the OpenStack Cloud. FULL PROFILE