Le prochain OpenStack Summit aura lieu à Paris, du 3 au 7 novembre au Palais des Congrès. En tant que contributeur très engagé dans la communauté, Cloudwatt sera présent. Nos experts ont donc proposé les sujets de conférence suivants (en anglais), soumis au vote de la communauté.
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Speakers: Edouard Thuleau (Cloudwatt) / Pedro Marques (Juniper) / Sylvain Afchain (eNovance)
This talk presents our experiences deploying Neutron at large scale for a public cloud application. We present the rational for choosing OpenContrail as the neutron plugin for this deployment as well as the pros and cons versus the default neutron plugin. The talk covers both the architecture and implementation differences between the two approaches as well as operational impact of some design choices.
Speakers: Foucault de Bonneval (Cloudwatt) / Jenny Lin (Juniper)
This talk will cover the technical & operational challenges that were addressed to launch Cloudwatt with OpenContrail, and the innovative Co-Devlopment model created with Juniper to address those. We will also put a light on OpenContrail’s CI architecture that was created as a result.
This session will present three tools that were developed by Cloudwatt’s team to address the typical needs of OpenStack Developers: ‘OSPurge’, a standalone Python script that aims at deleting all resources, ‘Flame’ an HOT Heat template/user-data generator for already existing infrastructures and ‘OSit’. It’s an OpenStack image tester. This session details the why, the how and the future of these tools.
Speakers: Florent Flament (Cloudwatt) + Christian Schwede (eNovance)
Openstack Swift is a very powerful object storage that is used in several of the largest object storage deployments around the globe. It ensures a very high level of data durability and can withstand epic disasters if setup in the right way. During this talk we want to give you an overview about the mechanism that are used within Swift to ensure data durability and availability, how to design your cluster using regions and zones and things you need to pay attention to, especially when enhancing an existing cluster.
Speakers: Regis Allegre (Cloudwatt) + Hugues Obolonsky (Cloudwatt)
Cloudwatt has always been a firm believer in dogfooding principle, and consequently always tried to leverage OpenStack for its internal development needs, as well as its public cloud. This proved productive in many ways, providing elasticity to our development teams, growing Openstack operational expertise in our teams, and helped us understand the impact of major OpenStack releases before they reached our production. We’ll also use this talk to go over the Dev & Test use cases that proved compatible with public cloud usage and the ones that remained resistant.