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Tuesday, October 27 • 3:40pm - 4:20pm
Approaching Open-Source Hyper-Converged OpenStack using 40Gbit Ethernet Network

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Many Datacenter providers are looking for proven and open-source hyper converged OpenStack solution so that they can provide simple, low-cost, high-performance and rapid-deployment OpenStack environment. To archive this goal, the followings topics become key considerations.
- Infrastructure should be simple as much as possible.
- Using commodity hardware and open source software.
- Using tool to help rapid and ease of deployment.
- High density.
- Secure performance and network bandwidth.

To address this challengs, in this session we will share the best practices and lesson learns about the idea to use OpenStack as hyper converged infrastructure with high standard technologies.
The key concept of this PoC is to evaluate OpenStack as hyper converged infrastructure with following key technologies.

- Network
- 40G/56G physical network
- VXLAN offload capability

- Storage
- PCI Express SSD
- Ceph RDMA (Remote Direct Memory Access)

- Deploy
- Ubuntu Juju/MAAS and publish charm bundle as executable whitepaper.


Kumagai Ikuo

Ikuo Kumagai works at Bit-isle Inc. Bit-isle mainly provide hosted private cloud by OpenStack and any other architecture. He does proof of various OpenStack functions and design for their customers.

Yuki Kitajima

Yuki Kitajima is a system engineer at Altima corp.He engages to promote the acceleration technology based on both of SW and HW for SDS/SDN/NFV point of view.He is now promoting a demand creation for efficient cloud environment, and solves customer's bottleneck.

Tuesday October 27, 2015 3:40pm - 4:20pm JST

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