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Tuesday, October 27 • 4:40pm - 5:20pm
Public Cloud Meeting High Security Standards Based on Openstack

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Private High security customers and government customers are looking to use public clouds and pay as you go models.  The challenge they find is to meet tough regulatory demands but at the same time be flexible with infrastrucrure and resources in a public cloud model.  City Network is the first public cloud provider in Europe to offer a high security, Semi-private, pay as you go model based on Openstack Kilo release.  This is the use-case and story on how we got this offering in to production.

City Network is europes first public cloud provider running on OpenStack. Join us and discuss the challenges and benefits of Openstack in public clouds and how we can continue to improve it.

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Kim Hindart

Chief Security Officer, City Network Hosting AB
Huge Open Source fan boy and developer with a background in mobility and especially Symbian and Android. I am a really geeky dude that was forced to handle security and compliance so the only coding I do is on my spare time. Luckily that's also what I like to do in my spre time, work. But real work and not just a lot of complinace and regulations but something that is acctually for the betterment of mankind. | | Unfortunately I happen to bee... Read More →
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Tobias Rydberg

Developer, City Network
Software developer at the leading cloud infrastructure company in Europe - City Network. Over 10 years industry experience with a focus on web applications/systems. Todays focus is designing City Networks cloud management platform, based upon OpenStack. | | Have been working with OpenStack for the last two years, touching the most of the core modules of OpenStack, mostly via the web APIs.

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

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