RDO: An OpenStack community project

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Why you should get involved in the RDO community
RDO is an OpenStack community project by Red Hat. In this session, Dave Neary discusses Red Hat's work in the OpenStack community and how engaging with the RDO community can benefit your organization.

OpenStack on the industry's most trusted Linux platform
Keith Basil introduces Red Hat OpenStack, a fully supported product, and explains how it differs from the RDO community project. He also touches briefly on commercial OpenStack use cases and reviews business planning, deployment, and operational considerations.


Date: May 29, 2013

  • 15:00 UTC | 11 a.m. (New York) / 5 p.m. (Paris) / 8:30 p.m. (Mumbai)
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical


Dave Neary Principal software engineer, Red Hat
Keith Basil Principal product manager, OpenStack

About Dave Neary: Dave Neary has been active in free and open source communities for more than 15 years as a developer, event organizer, community manager, trainer, and consultant. He is a member of the Open Source and Standards team at Red Hat, and focuses on cloud and virtualization projects. Prior to this role, he worked on projects as varied as GIMP, GNOME, OpenWengo, Maemo, and MeeGo.
About Keith Basil: Keith Basil is focused on Red Hat OpenStack product management and strategy. Prior to Red Hat, Keith provided cloud architecture direction in support of sales, marketing, and partner activities for an OpenStack start-up company, and was actively involved in OpenStack deployments. Keith’s public-sector cloud experience comes from the design of a secure, high-performance cloud architecture that provided compute, storage, and application-hosting services for federal civilian agencies and contractors. Prior to focusing on open source cloud initiatives, Keith led the creation of product development for all phases of Time Warner Cable’s Business Class cloud offerings.

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