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Tuesday, October 27 • 4:40pm - 5:20pm
Deploying the World's Largest Private OpenStack Cloud With Multi-Cell Supportkanda- Tying the room together with Akanda

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PayPal, Inc. has proven that OpenStack is well suited for large-scale production workloads. Most recently, we tirelessly built the world’s largest private OpenStack cloud to also support our non-production workloads. Now, our developers have the same capabilities that our existing Production Operations teams have been utilizing for several years.

In this talk we will share the scale and scope of our latest deployment, its common architecture, lessons learned at deploying at such a large scale, and other details to help others take a similar journey.

* Scale and Scope
* Real-world Cell usage (because we could not this large-scale without)
* Considerations for non-production workloads (it's not easier than production, we will tell you why)
* Lessons learned
* Q&A

Speakers
avatar for Kalin Nikolov

Kalin Nikolov

Sr. Cloud Engineer
| Kalin Nikolov is a Sr. Cloud Engineer on the PayPal, Inc. Cloud Reliability Engineering team, responsible for developing automation to raise the bar in terms of cloud availability and reliability. Kalin has taken part in dozens of OpenStack cloud deployments and upgrades and has deep expertiese with large-scale Cloud operations.
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Anand Palanisamy

Sr. Manager/Architect, Cloud Engineering, PayPal, PayPal
Leading PayPal's Cloud Engineering team.PayPal is running one of the largest private Cloud in the world. Also, we run SDN  (with overlay) in prodcution along with OpenStack LBaaS.  Our team provides the standardized scalable Cloud Compute, Storage, Network and Identitu APIs for enabling PayPal PaaS, Developers, QA, Stage, 3rd party Partners and M&As.


Tuesday October 27, 2015 4:40pm - 5:20pm
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