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This Spring's 2017 OpenStack Summit in Boston should be another great and educational event. The OpenStack Foundation has posted the final session agenda detailing the entire week's schedule of events. And once again Red Hat will be very busy during the four-day event, including delivering more than 60 sessions, from technology overviews to deep dive's around the OpenStack services for containers, storage, networking, compute, network functions virtualization (NFV), and much, much more.
As a Headline sponsor this Fall, we also have a full day breakout room on Monday, where we plan to present additional product and strategy sessions. And we will have two keynote presenters on stage: President and CEO, Jim Whitehurst, and Vice President and Chief Technologist, Chris Wright.
To learn more about Red Hat's general sessions, look at the details below. We'll add the agenda details of our breakout soon. Also, be sure to visit us at our booth in the center of the Marketplace to meet the team and check out our live demonstrations. Finally, we'll have Red Hat engineers, product managers, consultants, and executives in attendance, so be sure to talk to your Red Hat representative to schedule an in-person meeting while there.
And in case you haven't registered yet, visit our OpenStack Summit page for a discounted registration code to help get you to the event. We look forward to seeing you in Boston this April.
For more details on each session, click on the title below:
|Kuryr & Fuxi: delivering OpenStack networking and storage to Docker swarm containers||Antoni Segura Puimedon, Vikas Choudhary, and Hongbin Lu (Huawei)|
|Multi-cloud demo||Monty Taylor|
|Configure your cloud for recovery||Walter Bentley|
|Kubernetes and OpenStack at scale||Stephen Gordon|
|No longer considered an epic spell of transformation: in-place upgrade!||Krzysztof Janiszewski and Ken Holden|
|Fifty shades for enrollment: how to use Certmonger to win OpenStack||Ade Lee and Rob Crittenden|
|OpenStack and OVN - what's new with OVS 2.7||Russell Bryant, Ben Pfaff (VMware), and Justin Pettit (VMware)|
|Federation with Keycloak and FreeIPA||Martin Lopes, Rodrigo Duarte Sousa, and John Dennis|
|7 "must haves" for highly effective Telco NFV deployments||Anita Tragler and Greg Smith (Juniper Networks, Inc.)|
|Containerizing OpenStack deployments: lessons learned from TripleO||Flavio Percoco|
|Project update - Heat||Rabi Mishra, Zane Bitter, and Rico Lin (EasyStack)|
|How RDO uses software factory and Ansible||Maria Bracho, Alan Pevec|
|Projects Update - Sahara||Telles Nobrega and Elise Gafford|
|Project update - Mistral||Ryan Brady|
|Bite off more than you can chew, then chew it: OpenStack consumption models||Tyler Britten, Walter Bentley, and Jonathan Kelly (MetacloudCisco)|
|Hybrid messaging solutions for large scale OpenStack deployments||Kenneth Giusti and Andrew Smith|
|Project update - Nova||Dan Smith, Jay Pipes (Mirantis), and Matt Riedermann (Huawei)|
|Hands-on to configure your cloud to be able to charge your users using official OpenStack components||Julien Danjou, Christophe Sautheir (Objectif Libre), and Maxime Cottret (Objectif Libre)|
|To OpenStack or not OpenStack; that is the question||Frank Wu|
|Distributed monitoring and analysis for telecom requirements||Tomofumi Hayashi, Yuki Kasuya (KDDI Research), and Ryota Mibu (NEC)|
|OVN support for multiple gateways and IPv6||Russell Bryant and Numan Siddique|
|Kuryr-Kubernetes: the seamless path to adding pods to your datacenter networking||Antoni Segura Puimedon, Irena Berezovsky (Huawei), and Ilya Chukhnakov (Mirantis)|
|Unlocking the performance secrets of Ceph object storage||Karan Singh, Kyle Bader, and Brent Compton|
|OVN hands-on tutorial part 1: introduction||Russell Bryant, Ben Pfaff (VMware), and Justin Pettit (VMware)|
|Kuberneterize your baremetal nodes in OpenStack!||Ken Savich and Darin Sorrentino|
|OVN hands-on tutorial part 2: advanced||Russell Bryant, Ben Pfaff (VMware), and Justin Pettit (VMware)|
|The Amazon effect on open source cloud business models||Flavio Percoco, Monty Taylor, Nati Shalom (GigaSpaces), and Yaron Haviv (Iguazio)|
|Neutron port binding and impact of unbound ports on DVR routers with floatingIP||Brian Haley and Swaminathan Vasudevan (HPE)|
|Upstream contribution - give up or double down?||Assaf Muller|
|Hyper cool infrastructure||Randy Robbins|
|Strategic distributed and multisite OpenStack for business continuity and scalability use cases||Rob Young|
|Per API role-based access control||Adam Young and Kristi Nikolla (Massachusetts Open Cloud)|
|Logging work group BoF||Erno Kuvaja, Rochelle Grober, Hector Gonzalez Mendoza (Intel), Hieu LE (Fujistu) and Andrew Ukasick (AT&T)|
|Performance and scale analysis of OpenStack using Browbeat||Alex Krzos, Sai Sindhur Malleni, and Joe Talerico|
|Scaling Nova: how CellsV2 affects your deployment||Dan Smith|
|Ambassador community report||Erwan Gallen, Lisa-Marie Namphy (OpenStack Ambassador), Akihiro Hasegawa (Equinix), Marton Kiss (Aptira), and Akira Yoshiyama (NEC)|