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Thursday, October 29 • 3:30pm - 4:10pm
Korejanai Story: How To Integrate OpenStack Into Your Business Strategy

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"Korejanai" means "It's Not This" in Japanese language.

We're receiving a customer's inquiry like this: "Hey, we need to replace our application platform. Can you explain OpenStack? It is good and cheap, isn't it?". Unfortunately, we have seen many people get disappointed after the meeting with this word: "Korejanai! (It's Not This!)". The more people get to know the name of OpenStack, the more disappointments we should see.

It seems that there should be some gap between expectation and reality.

Of course people need to accept the mindset change like "Pet vs. Cattle" discussion for cloud native applications. Not only that, they need to know how to integrate OpenStack into their business strategy.

In this session, we'll present actual "Korejanai" story and discuss how we can avoid disappointment from business strategic perspective.

Speakers
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Kensuke Ishizu

Platform Engineer at NTT DATA
Kensuke Ishizu is a platform engineer at NTT DATA. | He has a wide range of expertise in cloud platform. He is now engaged in platform planning project as a technical consultant.
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Kentaro Takeda

Technical Consultant
Kentaro Takeda is a technical consultant at NTT DATA. | He has worked on infrastructure and platform technology area since 2006. His experience includes | | Linux kernel (TOMOYO Linux) | IaaS and cloud computing (Eucalytpus, OpenStack, AWS) | Linux container (Docker) | | Based on his expertise, he is working as a technical and strategic consultant for wide range of enterpise customers.


Thursday October 29, 2015 3:30pm - 4:10pm
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