Consumer services from major cloud service providers have driven the first wave of cloud computing. However, over the next five years, opportunities created by the Internet of Things and big data/analytics will be the leading drivers of enterprise cloud growth. Imad Sousou, platinum member, OpenStack Foundation board of directors, will detail how Intel is working with the community and with partners in the industry to drive the maturity of OpenStack for the enterprise and to deliver easy-to-deploy solutions, enabling tens of thousands of new clouds.
GMO Internet Group (GMO), headquartered in Tokyo, is a global Internet services provider offering a comprehensive and industry-leading product portfolio to thousands of customers worldwide. GMO has four OpenStack-based cloud/hosting products, running on over 1,400 compute nodes, available in four global geographies and used by over 15,000 customers. In today’s keynote, we will discuss how GMO enhance it’s hosting products through the usage of OpenStack, and how customers today are benefiting from this technology.
- How does automated cloud migration make the cloud migration simple and easy?
- How to move on-premises to OpenStack Cloud without manual reinstallation process.
- How to migrate public or private cloud instances to OpenStack Cloud
The technology industry has been abuzz about cloud workload containerization since the open source Docker project became a phenomenon in early 2014.
Meanwhile, an OpenStack Containers Team was formed and the Magnum project launched to provide users with a convenient Containers-as-a-Service solution for OpenStack environments.
As the potential of both technologies emerged, many wanted to see shared governance over the baseline container specification and runtime technology to ensure an open cloud ecosystem.
This past June, a new group was formed with a goal of creating open, industry standards around container formats and runtimes, called the Open Container Initiative (http://www.opencontainers.org).
So how will OpenStack Magnum influence - and be influenced by - the new OCI group? Why is the OCI under the stewardship of the Linux Foundation? What is the scope of the OCI effort? What project goals and/or principles will guide their work?
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SK telecom has been at the forefront of developing and commercializing advanced wireless technology. SK Telecom now has a vision to becoming “Intelligent Platform Company” in coming 5G era
In the future SKT envisions the mobile networks will be used for rich immersive media such as AR and VR, and Internet of Everything.
Therefore it is important to design the next generation mobile network with flexibility adaptability and programmability in mind. In this respect, virtualization is a key technology.
Especially, with software defined networking, we can “program” how network handles different types of traffic. We can systematically set the policies instead of putting ad hoc rules.
With network function virtualization, we can provision and scale necessary network functions as new demands arrive on the fly.
This talk will introduce SKT’s plan for the next generation mobile network (5G network) and how OpenStack plays a key role to realize SKT’s plan. It will present SKT’s vision toward 5G era, challenges we are facing, what are the core requirements, what role is OpenStack playing, and finally introducing the current projects in this area.
Neal and Kentaro will talk about history of Rakuten private cloud, including their OpenStack platform and what they expect to do to ensure next private cloud platform.
CyberAgent, a leading comprehensive Internet services company in Japan, is running its ad-tech service on OpenStack private cloud.
I spoke about our experience in building and operating our OpenStack private cloud as an IT infrastructure for CyberAgent’s demanding web services at Vancouver summit.
In this keynote, I will speak about summary of CyberAgent's experience at Vancouver summit and some updates of our OpenStack private cloud and what we are planning for.