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Tuesday, November 4 • 17:30 - 18:10
Tuning OpenStack for Availability and Performance in Large Production Deployments

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Symantec is building a large scale OpenStack based cloud platform to host products and services that provide security to our customers. As we build development, staging and production environments, we continue to learn and optimize our architecture and configuration for high availability, performance and security.

 

OpenStack has many moving parts that need to be taken into consideration when control services are deployed. We will share our learnings and deployment patterns of highly available and secure control services as well as challenges and issues that we are working on.  In this session we will share our learnings and will cover following topics:

 




  • RabbitMQ A/A clustering





  • Mysql A/A Clustering





  • Nova compute/api/conductor HA and tuning





  • Keystone





  • KVM





  • Config Management






Attendees will leave the session better prepared to architect their highly scalable, available and secure OpenStack control and data plane.

 

Speakers
avatar for Gabriel Capisizu

Gabriel Capisizu

Cloud Infra Eng, Symantec
Gabriel Capisizu is part of the Symantec’s Cloud Platform Engineering team. He has over 10 years years of experience with large scale distributed systems, Unix and networking.  Gabriel has started with OpenStack in 2011 as part of PayPal’s cloud engineering. His focus is deployment automation, security and high availability within OpenStack.
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Raj Geda

Cloud Eng, Symantec
Cloud Eng, Sys Admin


Tuesday November 4, 2014 17:30 - 18:10
Room 252 AB

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