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Wednesday, October 28 • 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Liberty or Death: Horizon Dashboard Plugin Deep Dive

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If you have a service and want a UI for it, this session is for you! Come to this session to learn what all the fuss is all about. Learn how to write a dashboard plugin for your custom service as well as add visual enhancements to make your dashboard stand out.

Horizon is the official OpenStack dashboard providing access to your services via the web UI. One of its selling feature is its robust plugin mechanism. We will explore what you can do with our plugin model as well as discuss all of the options available to you for extensions. Furthermore, we will explain how the new client-side work will fit into this model and what best practices you should follow.

Finally, we will talk about the OpenStack services roadmap and plans we have for supporting it and where you help us make a difference by contributing! 

Speakers
avatar for Shaoquan Chen

Shaoquan Chen

Software Engineer, HP
Shaoquan Chen is a software engineer working at HP mainly focusing on Web application at client-side. In OpenStack, He has been working on Horizon, trying to make it modern and easy to use, extend and customize.
avatar for Cindy Lu

Cindy Lu

Software Engineer, IBM
Cindy Lu has been a software engineer at IBM since 2012, focused on OpenStack community development efforts. She's been an active technical contributor to Horizon since the end of the Icehouse release. She is a core reviewer in the Horizon project.
avatar for David Lyle

David Lyle

Horizon PTL, Intel, Intel
David is an OpenStack Architect at Intel where he is focused on contributing to and improving OpenStack. He is currently serving his fifth term as Horizon Project Technical Lead. David previously developed and supported Horizon as the user interface for internal administration and end users in a large public cloud. He has directly contributed to the development, packaging, deployment and support of a large public cloud running OpenStack.
avatar for Thai Tran

Thai Tran

Software Developer, IBM, IBM
Thai Tran works for IBM specializing in front-end web development. He has prototyped a number of UI that is included in IBM products. On his spare time, he likes to dabble in front-end technologies, explore mobile web frameworks, and develop video games that run on the web. He is currently a core contributor to the OpenStack Horizon community.


Wednesday October 28, 2015 2:00pm - 2:40pm
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