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Tuesday, November 4 • 14:50 - 15:30
Maximum Ecosystem, Maximum Interoperability: Lessons Learned Building 3000+ Multi-vendor OpenStacks a Month

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Your ideal OpenStack weaves the best of many vendor offerings into a seamless cloud infrastructure -- how do we ensure that it does? This talk focuses on how Canonical’s OpenStack Integration Lab (OIL) tests thousands of permutations of vendor offerings in rapid OpenStack deployments. We’ll take you through OIL’s architecture from a software and hardware perspective, and share how we wrangle the different OpenStack services (twiddling the various knobs) onto actual hardware to allow us to deploy 3000 OpenStack clouds per month.

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Ryan Harper

Software Engineer, Canonical

Daniel Westervelt

Daniel Westervelt is the Vice President of Solutions and ProductDevelopment at Canonical. In this role, he oversees the development and engineering leadership of Canonical's Ubuntu Server and OpenStack distributions, as well as Landscape, MAAS, Certified Public Cloud andCustom Engineering. Prior to Canonical, Daniel was an EngineeringDirector and Principal Architect at SUSE and Managing Director for Unix and Linux Engineering at Bear Stearns.

Tuesday November 4, 2014 14:50 - 15:30
Room 253

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