Interesting Brocade Submissions for OpenStack Summit Atlanta
bylcaywood02-25-201410:01 PM - edited 02-26-201410:17 AM
For the OpenStack Summit taking place in Atlanta in May 2014, Brocade and its partners and customers have put together a series of proposed talks that will speak to a range of interests. In some cases, two related sessions can be thought of as “Part I” and “Part II” of a topic, with Part II providing greater technical detail. I’ve provided very brief summaries of the talks below. You can learn more by clicking on the links.
Of course, submissions are put up to popular vote, so please take the time to vote for sessions that pique your interest. Once registered on www.openstack.org, you can vote for any (or all!) of these sessions. Voting closes on Sunday, March 2nd.
The Big Picture: Bringing Together Orchestration and SDN
This talk will focus on learnings from the OpenDaylight Hydrogen release, the current status of OpenDaylight/OpenStack integration, and what is in the queue for the next release of OpenDaylight and beyond.
This talk will show you how to use OpenDaylight with OpenStack, including setup and debug of the environment. We will walk through technical details of the implementation and show examples of the benefits of using OpenDaylight to scale virtual tenant networks with OpenStack Neutron.
SiriusXM and Brocade will share their experiences and technical details setting up an OpenStack private cloud that fully automates Neutron networks creation and policies management for workload instances throughout their lifecycle.
Sneak Peeks of New Capabilities for the OpenStack Project
This session will show how Hadron pre-allocates compute resources and orchestrates the creation of virtual machines as "advanced services instances" on hosts in the cloud, based on configurable criteria.
This talk focuses on the deployment of NFV services in multiple NFV Data Centers (DCs) interconnected by MAN/WAN using a cluster of OpenStack instances using constraint-based SolverSchedulers proposed in Nova to optimally place NFV VMs in OpenStack clouds.
MPLS technology enables the deployment of layer 2 and layer 3 VPNs between data centers with QoS guarantees to provide inter-data center connectivity. In this session we will discuss how to orchestrate inter-DC multi-tenancy in an Openstack Cloud environment using the MPLS Neutron API proposal
We hope you’ll join us for these sessions in Atlanta!