Vancouver, BC
May 21-24, 2018

Event Details


Leading Edge Design - architectural experiences from a top 5 carrier

Bringing cloud services closer to the creators and consumers of data - be they applications or people - is crucial to delivering a high quality smart experience. In this talk we will look at some of the experiences, both good and bad of different architectures that have been tried for edge computing at one of the world's leading telecommunications companies. With many options including OpenStack, containers, virtualisation, baremetal and different combinations of each, coupled with twice as many opinions about the right approach, Edge is an area of much discussion. Join this session to hear some of these opinions and feel free to bring your own too.


What can I expect to learn?

Attendees can expect to learn about some of the potential architectures for Edge computing and the experiences of a telco and a vendor in finding a solution that works

 

Wednesday, May 23, 12:00pm-12:10pm
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Canonical Group Ltd
Product Manager at Canonical where I've spent the last 5+ years helping shape Ubuntu server and Ubuntu OpenStack. Previously held positions MySQL and Red Hat helping them disrupt Billion dollar encumbant enterprise software companies. Seem to be on the same path with OpenStack and Ubuntu. FULL PROFILE
Canonical
Ryan is the Software Engineering Manager on the Ubuntu OpenStack Engineering Team, a global open source software development team at Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux.  He focuses on application modeling, cloud operations modeling and software engineering process automation. Ryan joined Canonical in 2014.  His background is in network engineering and open source system integration. ... FULL PROFILE