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Thursday, October 29 • 9:00am - 9:40am
Get Your Instance by Name: Integration of Nova, Neutron, and Designate

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You just want to get to your instance by name.  But, Nova has your hostname, Designate has your DNS service, and Neutron has the IP allocation.  Could these ever be brought together to make it work like you want it?

In fact, they have come together.  In this talk, we'll talk about where we were at the end of Kilo and show you how we've come together to make this work across projects to give you the experience that you wanted.

Speakers
avatar for Carl Baldwin

Carl Baldwin

Neutron Developer, HP
@CarlNBaldwin is a regular contributor Openstack's Neutron project and has been a core reviewer since 2014.  He is the Neutron L3 Lieutenant.  He started his career developing electronic design automation software with HP’s microprocessor design projects:  PA-RISC and Itanium.  Years later, he spent a short time on a few of HP's network attached storage products.  He was drawn to computer networking.  He consistently stepped outside his... Read More →
avatar for Kiall Mac Innes

Kiall Mac Innes

Senior Software Engineer, HP
Kiall is the ex-PTL of the OpenStack Designate project, and Technical Lead for the HP Cloud DNS team. 
avatar for Miguel Lavalle

Miguel Lavalle

Neutron Developer, IBM
Miguel Lavalle is a regular contributor to Openstack's Neutron project. He has made contributions to the L3 agent, Tempest testing of Neutron and more recently, during the Liberty cycle, leading the integration of Neutron, Nova and Designate. At IBM, he is a member of the Linux Technology Center development team, focused on contributing code to the Neutron project. Miguel lives in San Antonio, TX, with his wife Beatriz and their Beagle Toto. He... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 9:00am - 9:40am
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