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Wednesday, October 28 • 2:50pm - 4:20pm
RSVP Required: Hands-On Lab: Install and Configure OpenStack Octavia LIMITED

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In this interactive workshop, memebers of the Octavia team will walk attendees through the installation and configuration of Octavia, the Open Stack LoadBalancer, on a virtual machine. Attendees will leave with an understanding of the various components of Octavia, how to configure and tune the controller and the amphora, and with a working single-VM install on their laptops.

Attendees will learn:

  • Octavia Architecture 101

  • How to Install and Configure Octavia

  • How to perform day to day Octavia operations tasks

  • End user usage of the API, CLI and Horizon UI

  • Tips and Tricks for using Octavia

  • Contributing to Octavia 101


Susanne Balle

Cloud Architect, Intel
Susanne is a Senior Principal Engineer at Intel in the SDI/Cloud Architecture and Pathfinding group. She has been involved in OpenStack in various projects since the Essex OpenStack summit. Her current interests are Networking and Networking Advanced Services such as LBaaS, Octavia and FWaaS. She was a founding member of HP’s public cloud and worked with OpenStack from its early days to deliver an at scale public cloud service, working around... Read More →
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German Eichberger

Principal Cloud Software Engineer, HP
German Eichberger is a Principal Software Engineer with HP and Co-PTL of OpenStack Octavia. He earned a Master in Computer Science from University of Karlsruhe. His interests are Cloud, SDN, and Microservices.

Carlos Garza

Software Engineer

Adam Harwell

Software Engineer, Rackspace
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Michael Johnson

Software Design Engineer, HP
Michael is a core reviewer in the OpenStack Neutron-LBaaS, Octavia, and Kosmos (GSLB) projects. Over his fifteen year career at HP he has worked on data center automation, distributed network systems, embedded system design, and big data. Michael lives in Corvallis, Oregon.
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Al Miller

Software Engineer, HP
Al is an active developer and reviewer in OpenStack networking areas including Load Balancing, VPN, and Firewall. He is a core reviewer for the neutron-lbaas and neutron-vpnaas projects.
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Phillip Toohill

Software Engineer, Rackspace
Software developer for the Rackspace team committed to expanding capabilities and performance of OpenStack Networking services with primary focus on Load Balancers (LBaaS).

Trevor Vardeman

Software Engineer

Wednesday October 28, 2015 2:50pm - 4:20pm