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Tuesday, October 27 • 12:05pm - 12:45pm
Sharing How to Deploy Multi-hypervisor Environments and Issues.

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One of benefits of OpenStack is that various systems can be built by combining each component, such server, storage and network, and tuning the parameters.

Thanks to it, a system corresponding to wide range of workloads can be deployed with a multi-hypervisor configuration, mixing VM and baremetal.

But, the actual usecases are rarely in public, and the know-how to deploy the system like tuning parameters is not enough.
Also, even though users in Enterprise desire to realize a high availability system failing over gracefully, some issues are remaining and we need to solve them.

Based on my actual experience, this session introduces requirements from users for multi-hypervisor system capable of the high availability, the know-how to deploy it, and issues to be solved.
These are examples of topics:

- Configuration for Nova and Neutron in a configuration mixing VM and Baremetal.
- Configuration for Cinder multi backend
- Graceful failover in case of hardware/software failure


Seiji Aguchi

Linux kernel developer, Hitachi
Seiji Aguchi is a Linux kernel developer, who has been working for Hitachi since 2004.He had developed a kernel memory dump tool, Linux Tough Dump, and a kernel tracing tool, Enterprise Event Recorder. He had developed a kernel memory dump tool, Linux Tough Dump, and a kernel tracing... Read More →

Tuesday October 27, 2015 12:05pm - 12:45pm JST

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