Vancouver, BC
May 21-24, 2018

Event Details

Heat - Project Onboarding
Project Onboarding gives attendees a chance to meet some of the project team and get to know the project. Attendees will learn about the project itself, the code structure/ overall architecture, etc, and places where contribution is needed. Attendees will also get to know some of the core contributors and other established community members.
Ideally, attendees will know/ have completed the basics of contribution (i.e. irc, gerrit, Launchpad, StoryBoard, Foundation Membership) BEFORE attending the session. All of this can be done through our Contributor Guide[1].

Tuesday, May 22, 1:50pm-2:30pm
Level: N/A
Tags: Heat OpenStack
EasyStack, Software Engineer
Rico Lin,  Heat PTL in Rocky, Pike and Queens cycle Heat core member since Liberty, software engineer, EasyStack. co-rganizer for Taiwan OpenStack User Group. Experienced on OpenStack develop(infra and app), Cloud architect, Container(docker and k8s), community(contribute and event host), and customer tech consults and supports. Goals in OpenStack:* Leverage the... FULL PROFILE
NTT Communications Corporation, Technical Lead
Kazunori Shinohara (Kaz) is a technical lead of Cloud Service development team at NTT Communications. Recently he forcus on design and implementation of orchestration services in "Enterprise Cloud" which is a OpenStack based Publc Cloud services. Also he is engaged in OpenStack upstream as a head-dashboard core. FULL PROFILE
Red Hat
I am one of the original developers of the OpenStack Orchestration (Heat) project and still a member of the core team. I served as the Heat PTL for the Juno cycle. I work full time on OpenStack for Red Hat, mostly on Heat and TripleO. Lately I've been thinking a lot about how we make make sure that OpenStack succeeds at providing a full cloud feature set, not just a better way to launch virtual... FULL PROFILE