Clusters, Routers, Agents and Networks: High Availability in Neutron

Posted on Wed 28 October 2015 in presentations • Tagged with OpenStack, Conference • 1 min read

Of everything that we can build and deploy in a highly-available fashion in OpenStack, deploying highly available networking has been one of the trickiest, most complex aspects to get right.

I team up with Adam Spiers (SUSE) and Assaf Muller (Red Hat) to discuss high availability in OpenStack Neutron.


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Automated OpenStack deployment: A comparison

Posted on Tue 27 October 2015 in presentations • Tagged with OpenStack • 1 min read

From the 2015 OpenStack Summit in Tokyo. A comparison of automated deployment tools for OpenStack.


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Open edX

Posted on Mon 12 October 2015 in presentations • Tagged with Open edX • 1 min read

Open edX is an extensible, highly scalable, open-source learning management platform. Originally conceived at MIT and Harvard University, the edx.org platform it is currently backed by more than 70 organizations world-wide and serves more than 4 million students. Since 2013, the software running edx.org is available under an …


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Manageable Application Containers: Lightning Quick Updates, Scaleable Security, Easy High Availability

Posted on Wed 07 October 2015 in presentations • Tagged with LXC, Containers, Conference • 1 min read

From LinuxCon Europe 2015 in Dublin. An alternative approach to managing application containers.


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OpenStack Orchestration and Automation

Posted on Mon 15 June 2015 in presentations • Tagged with OpenStack, Conference • 1 min read

My presentation from OpenStack Israel 2015. A fast-paced introduction to cloud-init and OpenStack Heat.


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