OpenStack Sydney: Ceilometer is a service for collecting usage metrics and event data in an OpenStack cloud and has recently gone through significant changes to enhance its scalability. In the past Ceilometer served as an API, data store, alerting agent and more. Ceilometer has spawned entirely new projects for handling the metrics storage (Gnocchi) and another… Continue reading OpenStack: Transitioning from Legacy Ceilometer to Gnocchi
OpenStack: Container-as-a-Service using Kubernetes and VMware Integrated OpenStack
OpenStack Sydney: The new VMware Integrated OpenStack includes a Kubernetes-as-a-Service solution that seamlessly integrates with the VMware SDDC, including NSX vSphere and NSX-T. In this session we will cover how to configure and consume this new solution and the specific integration points included in the architecture. Learns how to provision, secure and consume your containerized… Continue reading OpenStack: Container-as-a-Service using Kubernetes and VMware Integrated OpenStack
OpenStack: Glance Image Import is here … now its time to start using it!
OpenStack Sydney: The long-awaited Image Import Refactor has been delivered in Pike, and there has been much rejoicing! The delivery is a Minimal Viable Product that enables development for a lot of popular use cases, and sets the stage for more to come in Queens. We want to tell you what’s currently available to you,… Continue reading OpenStack: Glance Image Import is here … now its time to start using it!
OpenStack: IAG, OpenStack and the Launch of Open Source Data Pipeline-
OpenStack Sydney: Insurance Australia Group (IAG) has sold insurance for 160+ years, so it has earned the title “legacy company” in the sense of heritage and longevity. But don’t make the mistake of applying that description to its IT approach, because IAG’s data team (a Superuser Awards nominee) has transformed IAG into a rapid-prototype, rapid… Continue reading OpenStack: IAG, OpenStack and the Launch of Open Source Data Pipeline-
OpenStack: Getting started with contributing to OpenStack; Do’s and Don’ts
OpenStack Sydney: There are many benefits to participating in an open source project like OpenStack. We describe how one can be successful at this. The talk describes the structure of most open source communities, governance, and how members of the community communicate. The talk describes the first 5 things that every newcomer to OpenStack should… Continue reading OpenStack: Getting started with contributing to OpenStack; Do’s and Don’ts
OpenStack: Using OpenStack to integrate non-OpenStack service
OpenStack Sydney: Naver is the popular web portal, handles the half of all web searches in South Korea and also have a messenger service having a billion users. To process the such large scale users, We has built dozens of dev platform, and have hundreds of engineers working on them. However, due to lack of… Continue reading OpenStack: Using OpenStack to integrate non-OpenStack service
OpenStack: China’s largest OpenStack Cloud accelerates the science discovery of AMS-02
OpenStack Sydney: The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer(PI: Nobel laureate Samuel C.C. Ting) is a particle physics detector that uses the International Space Station to study the universe and its origin by searching for antimatter and dark matter. Based on OpenStack, Southeast University(SEU)’s SOC has become one of the largest AMS data centers and reaches the scale… Continue reading OpenStack: China’s largest OpenStack Cloud accelerates the science discovery of AMS-02
OpenStack: Vitrage Project Updates
OpenStack Sydney: Vitrage is the official OpenStack project dedicated to root cause analysis (RCA) and deduced insights into the behavior of the Cloud. With the help of a graphical model representing the different relationships between system entities, and a friendly UI, Vitrage perfectly organizes, analyzes and visualizes a holistic view of the system. In this… Continue reading OpenStack: Vitrage Project Updates