OpenStack's lucky 13th release, Mitaka, is almost here, with improvements in the user experience, manageability, and scalability. Keeping up with the changes has always been a challenge, but with literally dozens of projects, where do you start?
Join us for a fast-paced, technically in-depth look at what's really new in OpenStack. We'll discuss improvements such as:
- Gains in the OpenStack client and SDKs that improve the app developer experience
- The end of fighting for a network when creating new VMs
- Easier configuration and setup of core components
- High Availability improvements in networking and orchestration
- New architectures that improve horizontal scalability
And as always, we'll have OpenStack experts on hand to answer your questions.
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About the presenters
Davanum Srinivas (a.k.a Dims) is Principal Software Engineer in the Mirantis Community Engineering team, working on OpenStack Nova, Oslo and related projects. He previously worked on IBM PureApplication product as an Architect and lead a team working on Web Services support in WebSphere. Dims has a long track record in open source projects including Apache Cocoon, Axis2, Geronimo at the Apache Software foundation and he co-founded WSO2 based on the open source business model.
Alexey Stupnikov is an OpenStack Maintenance Engineer in the Fuel Engineering team at Mirantis. Previously he was a Systems & Network Administrator at Megalabs, the R&D lab of the second largest mobile phone operator and the third largest telecom operator in Russia; and Senior Network Engineer/Projects Team Lead at MTO, a mid-size systems integrator focused on mid-size enterprise and large government customers.
Nick Chase is Sr. Manager of Technical Content at Mirantis and serves as editor-in-chief of the popular OpenStack:Now newsletter, which he created. He is also active in the OpenStack Documentation project. With 20+ years' experience as a developer and author, Nick has written several books and hundreds of articles as an IBM developerWorks Certified Master Author. He also founded NoTooMi.com and has done Web application development for companies such as Alcatel-Lucent, Sun Microsystems, Oracle, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.