Vancouver, BC
May 21-24, 2018

Event Details


Superfluidity: One network to rule them all!

The Superfluidity EU project focuses on 5G networks, and goes one step further into the virtualization and orchestration of different network elements, including radio and network processing components, such as BBUs, EPCs, load balancers, SDN controllers, and others. To take advantage of the mobile/edge network possibilities, and enable the required flexibility to instantiation services on the fly anywhere on the network (core, aggregation or edge) we proposed to use both OpenStack and Kubernetes at VIM level, with Kuryr as the glue enabling both deployment models. As we integrate several network layers and orchestrators we have had to integrate several network layers: Neutron, Kubernetes, Kuryr and orchestrators (ManageIQ, OSM, Tacker...). This session will go along and explain all the interactions between them and how Kuryr can be used as a common element.

Tuesday, May 22, 3:10pm-3:20pm
Level: Beginner
Red Hat Inc.
Daniel is a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat contributing to upstream OpenStack and RDO and Kuryr's PTL for the Rocky cycle. He's passionate about networking, development, and messing around with python and deployment tools! He holds a MSc Degree in Telecommunications from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and is a core reviewer for the interop project, as well as an active contributor to... FULL PROFILE
Red Hat
Luis Tomás Bolívar is a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat, Spain, currently working on research and software development activities, with focus on Cloud computing in general, and containers and networking in particular. He received his PhD Degree in Computer Science from University of Castilla--La Mancha, Spain in 2012. And after he moved to Umea, Sweden to work as a... FULL PROFILE