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Wednesday, October 28 • 11:15am - 11:55am
Tapping into OpenStack's Notification System

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Openstack Notifications can play a big role in extending capabilities of the Openstack. Most of the actions in Openstack which manipulate the system state generate notifications which is posted to the messaging component (e.g. RabbitMQ) and can be consumed by any service outside the Openstack. Some of these notifications are used by Ceilometer to provide chargeback related data. 

In this talk we examine some use cases where one can tap into OpenStack notifications layer and build real world use cases that are so often needed by enterprise IT. 

Specifically, we will cover the following: 
  • High level overview of Openstack notifications
  • Configuring Openstack services to enable notifications
  • Live demo demonstrating tapping in to notifications related to Glance image creation, VM creation, Network creation etc.
  • Auditing/Compliance solutions -- a few examples.
  • Detect unauthorized Glance images in the system
  • Inspecting newly created Glance image to detect infected OS images
  • Auditing network access whenever a VM becomes externally accessible
  • Running network access tools as soon as a new VM becomes available on the network
  • Activity Feed of various Openstack activities which helps Admins to monitor their private cloud.

Speakers
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Deep Bhattacharjee

Head of Product Management, ZeroStack Inc.
Deep Bhattacharjee heads product management at ZeroStack, a stealth mode startup in the San Francisco Bay Area. Prior to this Deep was the Head of Cloud Product Management at Canonical/Ubuntu where he led several efforts to make the Canonical's cloud products more enterprise ready. Prior to that he was a Group Product Manager at VMware where he lead the effort to rearchitect VMware's vCenter to distributed scale out system. Before all of this... Read More →


Wednesday October 28, 2015 11:15am - 11:55am
Hakugyoku

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