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Wednesday, October 18
 

08:30

Becoming a member of the OpenStack community Part 1
Limited Capacity seats available
You need to have the Full Access Pass to register for this session.
This shorter version of OpenStack University is an intensive program designed to share knowledge about the different ways of contributing to OpenStack like providing new features, writing documentation, participating in working groups, and so forth. The educational program is built on the principle of open collaboration and will teach the students how to find information and navigate the intricacies of the project’s technical tools and social interactions in order to become successful members of the Community. The attendees will learn how the ecosystem works, how they can leverage the tools for their daily work, how they can join or build a local community and more on a live one day class which is providing an interactive environment to show the entry points to OpenStack.


Requirements:
https://docs.openstack.org/upstream-training/upstream-trainees-guide.html


Training Content:
https://docs.openstack.org/upstream-training/upstream-training-content.html

 


Speakers
avatar for Kendall Nelson

Kendall Nelson

Upstream Developer Advocate, OpenStack Foundation
Kendall is an Upstream Developer Advocate at the OpenStack Foundation based in Seattle, WA. She started working on OpenStack during the Liberty release and has been involved in several of the subprojects and held a variety of positions. She's been involved in the release team, helped... Read More →
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Ildiko Vancsa

Ecosystem Technical Lead, OpenStack Foundation


Wednesday October 18, 2017 08:30 - 12:00
Arkaden 6

08:30

Cloud Automation in OpenStack — Turn Up The Heat!
Limited Capacity seats available
You need to have the Full Access Pass to register for this session.
Hosting your applications and services in a public cloud, it is common for them to grow to fairly significant complexity. At the same time, it is absolutely vital that you maintain scalability and reproducibility for all your deployments. In OpenStack clouds, you can easily meet these requirements with OpenStack Heat, the built-in cloud orchestration service. Heat allows you to create arbitrarily complex environments including virtual servers, networks, firewalls, and even load balancers, and scale them up and down as your business requires. In this highly interactive tutorial, we will walk you through the basics of Heat, and show you how to spin up complex application environments in no time.

Prerequesites: You will need to bring just a laptop with a web browser.

Speakers
avatar for Florian Haas

Florian Haas

VP Education, City Network
Florian runs the Education business unit at City Network, and helps people learn to use, understand, and deploy complex technology. He has worked exclusively with open source software since about 2002, and has been heavily involved in OpenStack and Ceph since early 2012, and in Open... Read More →


Wednesday October 18, 2017 08:30 - 12:00
Ballonsalen

08:30

Everything You Need to Know about Using the OpenStack API
Limited Capacity seats available
You need to have the Full Access Pass to register for this session.
OpenStack's REST API is rather powerful, but there are many parts of it that are at best understood mostly via tribal lore and stories around a campfire. In this session we're going to take a few seemingly basic operations, such as booting a VM, and dive deep into each bit of the API to fully understand how all the pieces hang together.

By the end you should *fully* understand client configuration, the difference between openrc and clouds.yaml, authentication, the service catalog and version discovery. You should be able to use that knowledge to poke at any OpenStack service API. Depending on time we should be able to dive in to at least one or two confusing scenarios of your own.

This is a super deep dive into a portion of the OpenStack API that most of the time is hidden, and then an application of that to geting stuff done. If you've ever been confused about how an interaction works, what's really going on or how to figure out what broke with your application, this session is for you.

Note: This session is not about writing Heat templates. If you want to do that, Florian has a session going on at the same time you should check out.

Prerequisites: You will need to bring a laptop that can run python code - and on which you can install python libraries. Examples/exercises will use curl and/or python but should be applicable to other languages.


Speakers
avatar for Monty Taylor

Monty Taylor

Red Hat


Wednesday October 18, 2017 08:30 - 12:00
Blomstersalen

08:30

Getting started with Containers and Kubernetes
Limited Capacity filling up
You need to have the Full Access Pass to register for this session.
In this workshop you'll dive into containers, how they're composed, and their uses. From there you'll stand up a Kubernetes deployment in a cloud or on your local laptop. We'll then dive in to how containers can be managed on platforms like Kubernetes and common workflows for container deployments.
By the end of this workshop, you'll be able to identify the differences in container types, how to setup a Kubernetes install on OpenStack, and the vocabulary + common workflows for running containers on Kubernetes.

Prerequesites.
Attendees will need to bring a laptop. Temporary cloud credentials will be provided for deployment sections of the workshop.

Speakers
avatar for Marco Ceppi

Marco Ceppi

Product Strategy, Canonical, Ltd


Wednesday October 18, 2017 08:30 - 12:00
Arkaden 8

13:00

Becoming a member of the OpenStack Community Part 2
Limited Capacity seats available
You need to have the Full Access Pass to register for this session.
This shorter version of OpenStack University is an intensive program designed to share knowledge about the different ways of contributing to OpenStack like providing new features, writing documentation, participating in working groups, and so forth. The educational program is built on the principle of open collaboration and will teach the students how to find information and navigate the intricacies of the project’s technical tools and social interactions in order to become successful members of the Community. The attendees will learn how the ecosystem works, how they can leverage the tools for their daily work, how they can join or build a local community and more on a live one day class which is providing an interactive environment to show the entry points to OpenStack.

Requirements:
https://docs.openstack.org/upstream-training/upstream-trainees-guide.html

Training Content:
https://docs.openstack.org/upstream-training/upstream-training-content.html

Speakers
avatar for Kendall Nelson

Kendall Nelson

Upstream Developer Advocate, OpenStack Foundation
Kendall is an Upstream Developer Advocate at the OpenStack Foundation based in Seattle, WA. She started working on OpenStack during the Liberty release and has been involved in several of the subprojects and held a variety of positions. She's been involved in the release team, helped... Read More →
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Ildiko Vancsa

Ecosystem Technical Lead, OpenStack Foundation


Wednesday October 18, 2017 13:00 - 16:30
Arkaden 6

13:00

Composing your cloud, learn how to automate deployment of your complete cloud stack
Limited Capacity seats available
You need to have the Full Access Pass to register for this session.
Getting OpenStack stack up running can tie you in knots, you need to make a number of decisions where each decision leads you down a path where options you may want can start to disappear.  Learn how to bypass the common roadblocks and work in a fully automated ecosystem of choice and stability.  In this tutorial, OpenStack and OPNFV community members from Ericsson, RedHat and SUSE will outline the Cross Community Continuous Integration (XCI) initiative, providing an open flexible cross community stack composition that gives you, the user, the ability to get your cloud stack up and running while keeping your option open through the stack. 
OpenStack – check – choice of OS – check – choice of SDN – check – choice of forwarding technology – check – fully automated –naturally!


Prerequesites
A Linux machine with either one of the OSes: Ubuntu 16.04, CentOS 7, openSUSE Leap 42.3
The machine should have at least 8 CPUs, 16GB of RAM, at least 80GB of disk space, and supporting Intel/AMD virtualization extensions.

Speakers
avatar for Markos Chandras

Markos Chandras

Senior Software Engineer, SUSE
Markos Chandras is a Senior Software Engineer at SUSE. He is responsible for various aspects in the networking area for SUSE Linux Enterprise and openSUSE. He is also involved in the OPNFV and OpenStack communities mainly focusing on CI and other infrastructure related projects. He... Read More →
avatar for Fatih Degirmenci

Fatih Degirmenci

Principal Developer, Ericsson
Fatih Degirmenci is a Principal Developer at Ericsson Product Development Unit 5G. He is specialized in automation, CI/CD, and DevOps, and currently involved in several large scale CI/CD activities across Ericsson. He is a member of the OPNFV Technical Steering Committee and Project... Read More →
avatar for Yolanda Robla Mota

Yolanda Robla Mota

Principal SW Engineer, Red Hat
Having more than 15 years of experience in the industry, Yolanda has long expertise in the Open Source world. She has been contributing to several projects in the OpenStack and Linux Foundation communities, being core committer of several projects, specially related with infrastructure... Read More →


Wednesday October 18, 2017 13:00 - 16:30
Arkaden 8

13:00

Deploying OpenStack & Ceph with OpenStack-Ansible: Zero to Cloud in Under an Hour
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.
You need to have the Full Access Pass to register for this session.
Are you looking for a flexible, customizable, agentless method of deploying OpenStack services and compute nodes? Look no further! Ansible to the rescue. This interactive tutorial will cover a hands-on deployment of OpenStack and Ceph with Ansible. We will use openstack-ansible for deploying OpenStack and ceph-ansible for deploying Ceph — and show you how can stand up a full OpenStack environment in less than an hour.

Prerequesites: You will need to bring just a laptop with a web browser.

Speakers
avatar for Florian Haas

Florian Haas

VP Education, City Network
Florian runs the Education business unit at City Network, and helps people learn to use, understand, and deploy complex technology. He has worked exclusively with open source software since about 2002, and has been heavily involved in OpenStack and Ceph since early 2012, and in Open... Read More →


Wednesday October 18, 2017 13:00 - 16:30
Ballonsalen

13:00

HW & SW are better together: defining your new storage infrastructure with HGST platforms & SUSE
Limited Capacity seats available
You need to have the Full Access Pass to register for this session.
Learn all you need to know about HGST Enterprise SSDs, how to test flash storage performance, Hybrid Storage platforms, and SUSE Storage. Targeted at system administrators and those with an interest in storage hardware and how to select it.

Speakers
DB

Daniel Byström

Partner Executive, Scandinavia, SUSE
GI

Giorgio Ippoliti

Field Application Engineer, Western Digital
PW

Phil Wilson

Field Applications Engineer, WDC


Wednesday October 18, 2017 13:00 - 16:30
Blomstersalen