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Wednesday, October 28 • 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Walk Through a Software Defined Everything PoC

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Let’s go for a walk through a Software Defined Everything PoC.

This presentation outlines a Software Defined Everything infrastructure that virtualizes compute, network, and storage resources and delivers it as a service. Rather than by the hardware components of the infrastructure, the management and control of the compute, network, and storage infrastructure are automated by intelligent software that is running on the x86 commodity platform.

In this Proof of Concept (PoC), the focus is on achieving high availability and scale-out capabilities for an OpenStack cloud using x86 hardware, the MidoNet plugin for Neutron and Red Hat Ceph Storage while helping reduce operating expense and capital expense. MidoNet is an open source software and achieves network virtualization through GRE or VXLAN overlays with a completely distributed architecture.

This presentation shows how to integrate OpenStack, MidoNet, and Ceph, while using x86 systems and switches managed by xCAT (Extreme Cluster/Cloud Administration Toolkit).

Speakers
CJ

Chris Janiszewski

Open Stack Architect, Red Hat
(Chris) Krzysztof Janiszewski is a memeber OpenStack Solution Architects Team at Red Hat. His main background is in designing, developing, and administering multiplatform, clustered, software-defined, and cloud environments. Chris previously worked as a OpenStack and HPC Architect for Lenovo Professional Services and also led System Test efforts for the IBM OpenStack cloud-based solution for x86, IBM System z, and IBM Power platforms.


Wednesday October 28, 2015 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Sakura S-1 and S-2

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