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Tuesday, November 4 • 16:40 - 17:20
Designate: An Overview of OpenStack DNSaaS

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Designate, a recently incubated Project, intends to solve the DNS needs of OpenStack by providing a RESTful API for managing DNS data with a variety of databases on many different backends. Additionally, Designate will also provide a service for integrating with Nova and Neutron. This talk will cover:

  • Why Openstack and operators need DNSaaS.

  • The Designate Architecture.

  • The Designate API.

  • New Features Since the Last Summit, including MiniDNS, Server Pools, the Version 2 API.

  • The Next Steps For Designate, including the Version 2 API, additions to Server Pools, and MinDNS.

Come see who is involved, and how easy it is to get involved in this exciting project.

This talk is a general overview. It will cover the problem statement, architecture and general features.

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Graham Hayes

Senior Software Engineer, HP Cloud Services
Graham is the newly elected PTL for Designate in Mitaka, and lead the design work on the latest major feature for Designate - Server Pools. Graham works as part of the DNSaaS team in HP Helion. As part of this team he is responsible for operating a publicly accessible deployment... Read More →

Endre Karlson

Software Engineer @ HP Cloud

Vinod Mangalpally

Software Developer @ Rackspace
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Tim Simmons

Software Developer, Rackspace
Tim is a Software Developer at Rackspace on the Cloud DNS team, and a member of Designate core. He has been working on Designate for over two years, and is working on operating Designate at scale for Rackspace.

Tuesday November 4, 2014 16:40 - 17:20
Amphitheatre Bleu

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