Vancouver, BC
May 21-24, 2018

Event Details

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Microclouds for Fragmented Markets: getting OpenStack everywhere!

Openstack Microclouds is a project that aims to reduce the entry costs and simplify the process of transitioning to cloud technologies of new clients, by sharing geo-distributed controller nodes among multiple deployments. By leaving only the networking and compute functions to the client, we make the process of setting up a public cloud with highly available controller nodes a simple task. Using technologies like Ansible and Docker we are able to present each client with an isolated and independent OpenStack deployment, making management of multiple deployments almost a trivial job.

What can I expect to learn?

The audience will learn how to overcome the technical challenges of sharing OpenStack controller nodes, configuring geo-distributed and high latency database and message queue clusters, deploying high available services using Ansible and Docker, managing multiple OpenStack deployments, and more.

Thursday, May 24, 5:30pm-6:10pm (12:30am - 1:10am UTC)
Difficulty Level: Advanced
Cloud Engineer
Cloud Engineer and software developer. Currently working at Whitestack, dedicated to bring cloud technologies powered by OpenStack to Latin America. FULL PROFILE
Senior Cloud Architect
José Miguel (JM) is an Electrical Engineer from Universidad de Chile, who has been involved in Telecom and Software industry for the last 20 years. He started his career in ENTEL Chile, developing the F/R, ATM, IP and MPLS national networks, and later on in charge of Engineering and Operations, very motivated at introducing software automation in day-to-day operations. After ENTEL he funded... FULL PROFILE