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Monday, October 26
 

9:30am

RSVP Required: Command Presence Workshop presented by the Women of OpenStack
Limited Capacity seats available

RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1fj7V0nLh7UBvj7I7htWLz63ygdk4vRDkU2DqB-t1TQo/edit?usp=sharing

Capacity: 30

Target audience: Technical Women who regularly attend technical meetings working groups and would like to develop and “command their presence” in high pressure meetings. 

Workshop Background 
The Command Presence Workshop (CPW) has been recognized by Anita Borg Institute and Harvard Business Review. It is intended to teach participants how to handle “senior-level high pressure meetings”. The majority of the workshop is a task-force convened to address a simulated, but very realistic crisis event. In the class, each participant assumes a role, and is given about 30minutes to prepare 1-2 slides. Once the class has prepared, the simulation begins. There is a role-play simulations. It is not uncommon to hear occasional “gasps” of disbelief from the participants. The workshop participants will thus experience rapid-fire questioning, interruption, and other situations that occur in senior-level meetings, but in a safe environment conducive to learning techniques for handling such situations.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Malini Bhandaru

Dr. Malini Bhandaru

Architect, Intel
Malini Bhandaru is a Sr. Cloud Architect with the Open source Technology Center, Intel and has been involved with OpenStack for over three years. Her tenure at Intel spans work on cloud and security, fast encryption algorithms, and Xeon platform power and performance. Prior to Intel... Read More →
avatar for Ruchi Bhargava

Ruchi Bhargava

Director, Datacenter & Cloud Software Engineering, Intel Corporation
Ruchi Bhargava is the Director, Datacenter & Cloud Software Engineering with Intel's Open Source Technology Center. Prior to this, Ruchi was Intel IT's Hybrid Cloud product Owner responsible for building, deploying and running an enterprise Cloud for Intel. She has also held roles... Read More →


Monday October 26, 2015 9:30am - 12:30pm
Ogyoku
 
Tuesday, October 27
 

12:55pm

What Makes OpenStack Thrive in the Enterprise? Bento Box Lunch Session
The New Stack will discuss what makes OpenStack work for enterprise customers. The discussion will encompass examples of solutions that have been a success and how teams worked to accomplish their IT goal by developing elastic and scalable infrastructure. 

Speakers
avatar for Ruchi Bhargava

Ruchi Bhargava

Director, Datacenter & Cloud Software Engineering, Intel Corporation
Ruchi Bhargava is the Director, Datacenter & Cloud Software Engineering with Intel's Open Source Technology Center. Prior to this, Ruchi was Intel IT's Hybrid Cloud product Owner responsible for building, deploying and running an enterprise Cloud for Intel. She has also held roles... Read More →
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Allyson Klein

Director, Initiative and Leadership Marketing, Data Center Group, Intel Corporation
Allyson Klein manages initiative and leadership marketing for Intel's Data Center Group. In this role she oversees Intel’s marketing strategy for data center technologies and industry collaborations to drive next-generation solutions to market. She also has driven marketing strategy... Read More →
avatar for Alex Williams

Alex Williams

Founder and Editor in Chief, The New Stack
Alex Williams is founder and editor in chief of The New Stack. He's a longtime technology journalist who did stints at TechCrunch, SiliconAngle and what is now known as ReadWrite. Alex has been a journalist since the late 1980s, starting at the Augusta Chronicle in 1989 after completing... Read More →


Tuesday October 27, 2015 12:55pm - 1:55pm
Zuiko

2:00pm

Proud to be a Noob: How to Make the Most of Your First OpenStack Summit
Exciting. Overwhelming. Engaging. Exhausting. How will you transform your first OpenStack Summit into an accelerator for your career and your projects in development? And how will you make it happen without getting lost among thousands of other community members?

This fun and engaging panel presentation, moderated by OpenStack Foundation newbie Heidi Joy Tretheway, features regular contributors to the OpenStack community who have found great ways to maximize the value of the Summit for their professional development and the success of their companies.

We kick off with advice from those who have been to Vancouver, Paris, and other OpenStack Summits, including:

  • How to make the most of networking opportunities and social events

  • How to use the marketplace trade show to form new business connections and uncover opportunities

  • What to look for on the agenda and how to select the best sessions for you

  • "Relationship accelerators" - five easy questions you can ask to get conversations rolling past "What's your name?" and "Where are you from?"


We'll open the panel to your questions. Expect some lively and unconventional answers, and a few great icebreakers that will help you better connect with your newbie colleagues.

You'll leave this session Proud to be a Noob, and ready to tackle the rest of the Summit.

Speakers
avatar for Niki Acosta

Niki Acosta

Director of Growth, Bitmob
Niki Acosta is an OpenStack Evangelist who came to Cisco by way of the Metacloud Acquistion in late 2014. Her OpenStack journey began when she joined Rackspace in 2008, eventually becoming an OpenStack Evangelist for the Rackspace Cloud, and later, the Private Cloud business.  As... Read More →
avatar for Matt Fischer

Matt Fischer

Senior Manager, Cray
avatar for Shilla Saebi

Shilla Saebi

Open Source Program Manager, Comcast
Shilla is an Open Source Program Manager at Comcast and recently became a CNCF ambassador. She's worked in diverse roles within the industry in positions ranging from operations engineering, sys administration, customer service, and network ops. She's an open source contributor and... Read More →
avatar for Heidi Joy Tretheway

Heidi Joy Tretheway

Senior Marketing Manager, OpenStack Foundation
At the OpenStack Foundation, Heidi Joy focuses on brand, content and community marketing, and spearheads the User Survey. Previously, Heidi Joy was director of marketing communications for a mobile software company, head of global communications for a commercial real estate firm... Read More →


Tuesday October 27, 2015 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Seigyoku

3:40pm

Let's Talk About the Diversity of Our Community
In Vancouver the OpenStack Board chartered a work group to explore and foster a diverse OpenStack Community. The basis for this is the belief that enlisting the broadest set of viewpoints and experience will enable us to create the most innovative and impactful technologies in support of the OpenStack Mission.

A broad set of community members formed the Diversity Work Group that has worked over the Liberty cycle to form a framework for a diverse community through the creation of a Diversity Policy, integrated Diversity expectations into our Code of Conducts and identified initial areas of focus for extending the diversity of our community. Please come join us to discuss the team’s work and shape the future direction.

Speakers
avatar for Kavit Munshi

Kavit Munshi

CTO, Aptira, Aptira
Kavit is the CTO of Aptira, heads Aptira's Indian operations and has 15 years of experience in designing and deploying Enterprise and Telco solutions.>   He is also the founder of the Indian OpenStack User Group and the OpenStack Ambassador for the region. Kavit is also an Individual... Read More →
avatar for Egle Sigler

Egle Sigler

Principal Architect, Rackspace
Egle Sigler is a Principal Architect on Private Cloud team at Rackspace, and an OpenStack Foundation Board member. As part of OpenStack Board, Egle is Co-Chair of DefCore committee. Egle is very passionate about promoting women in technology. She has served for two years on a governing... Read More →
avatar for Imad Sousou

Imad Sousou

Corporate Vice President & General Manager, System Software Products, Intel Corporation
Imad Sousou is Corporate Vice President at Intel and General Manager of System Software. He is responsible for the company’s efforts in system firmware and BIOS, operating systems (Microsoft Windows, Linux, Google Chrome, and others), data-centric infrastructure system software... Read More →


Tuesday October 27, 2015 3:40pm - 4:20pm
Seigyoku
 
Wednesday, October 28
 

7:00am

WOO Breakfast Working Sessions
Join the Women of OpenStack on Wednesday morning before keynotes for our 
3rd Summit breakfast working session. We'll review what we have 
accomplished since the Paris and Vancouver Summits and hear lightning talks 
from two speakers who exemplify #WeAreOpenStack. Our first speaker, Xing 
Yang, is making a positive impact on OpenStack as a core Cinder and Manila 
contributor and our second speaker, Niki Acosta, is using her skills to 
grow the OpenStack ecosystem. We'll break into smaller groups to discuss 
the key lightening talk messages and identify actions for the Women of 
OpenStack to achieve over the next six months. Breakfast and coffee will be 
provided.

Speakers
avatar for Niki Acosta

Niki Acosta

Director of Growth, Bitmob
Niki Acosta is an OpenStack Evangelist who came to Cisco by way of the Metacloud Acquistion in late 2014. Her OpenStack journey began when she joined Rackspace in 2008, eventually becoming an OpenStack Evangelist for the Rackspace Cloud, and later, the Private Cloud business.  As... Read More →
avatar for Carol Barrett

Carol Barrett

Data Center Software Planner, Intel Corp
Carol is a 30+ yr high tech veteran, currently working within the Open Source Technology Center at Intel Corporation. She has broad software development experience ranging from weapon control systems on submarines to web based kids games to data center applications. She’s... Read More →
avatar for Jessica Murillo

Jessica Murillo

Vice President, Client Advocacy, IBM
I am known for: Open source development, Open Stack, and Cloud. Jessica Murillo is the Vice President of Strategy at IBM. She collaborates with our clients and across IBM to define and deliver IBM Systems focused on enabling our clients to build their next generation data centers... Read More →
avatar for Xing Yang

Xing Yang

Consultant Technologist, Office of the CTO at EMC
Xing is a consultant technologist from the Office of the CTO at EMC. She has expertise in storage, data protection, disaster recovery, and cloud and virtualization technologies. Xing has been an OpenStack contributor since the Grizzly release and is a core member in Cinder and... Read More →


Wednesday October 28, 2015 7:00am - 9:00am
Zuiko

11:15am

The Media Talks Back to OpenStack
Ever wonder what the analysts and media who cover OpenStack *really* think?  This session features an all-star panel of pundits who have made names for themselves asking tough questions and writing content about OpenStack that gets noticed. We'll explore topics including:

- What are the nagging questions about OpenStack that you don't get satisfactory answers to?- Who is doing the best job right now of talking about their OpenStack game plan in clear, consistent and pointed language?
- What do you wish people in the OpenStack community would stop saying?

Join us and be prepared to talk about what's on your mind. It's a great opportunity to get direct answers from the folks who are usually asking the questions.  

Moderators
avatar for Ken Pepple

Ken Pepple

Chief Technology Officer, Solinea
Ken has over 20 years of experience in global technology companies. He has worked with many enterprises and service providers in both the United States and Asia to architect, develop and integrate new technologies into their organizations.Prior to co-founding Solinea, Ken was Cloud... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Matthew Cheung

Matthew Cheung

Research Director, Gartner Technology and Service Provider Research Group
Matthew Cheung is a Research Director with the Gartner Technology and Service Provider Research group, where he specializes in operating systems, security, virtualization and IT operations management software. He has more than 13 years of experience in the IT industry.
avatar for Sean Michael Kerner

Sean Michael Kerner

Jedi
Sean Michael Kerner is a technology journalist and his coverage of the technology industry appears in multiple publications around the world. Kerner is also an IT consultant, technology enthusiast and tinkerer, and has been known to spend his spare time immersed in the study of the... Read More →
avatar for Frederic Lardinois

Frederic Lardinois

News Editor, TechCrunch
avatar for Izumi Miki

Izumi Miki

Executive Editor, ITmedia, Inc.
Izumi Miki is the excecutive editor at ITmedia, Inc.,a leading online IT industry media in Japan. He is an experienced Journalist,writing about enterprise IT for more than 20 years. Currently, He writes extensively on cloud, big data.,networking and other technologies. He has been... Read More →
avatar for Agatha Poon

Agatha Poon

Research Manager, Global Cloud Computing, 451 Research
Agatha Poon has been a market research professional for 12 years, and has been a regular speaker at numerous professional gatherings and industry events, including PTC, CommunicAsia, BrightTalk and Cloud Computing Expo. Agatha joined 451 Research in April 2010, bringing expertise... Read More →


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

5:30pm

Taking the OpenStack Community in China to New Heights!
China cloud market will keep 20% growth in the next 5 years. Public and private cloud total market size is 2.46 billion US$ at 2014. With Goverment support "Open Source" background, the OpenStack ecosystem in China is experiencing healthy growth. It is driving a new generation of innovative businesses that are using the cloud to bring their product and services to market at a rapid pace. Attend this session to get a good understanding of:

  • The China cloud market and the opportunity for OpenStack

  • OpenStack ecosystem in China – the players, business models, offerings and achievements

  • Key milestones

  • Community activities and status

  • Upcoming China Hackathon

  • Summary of a recent big end-user win


Speakers
avatar for maggie liang

maggie liang

Intel PRC OpenStack Marketing Manager
Mrs. Liang is  responsible for OpenStack  thought leadership, marketing program and OpenStack eco-system in China , and she is located at Beijing. She worked with parter to launch "Enterprise ready" campaign to drive the awarenesss and sales enablement of OpenStack. With over... Read More →


Wednesday October 28, 2015 5:30pm - 6:10pm
Seigyoku
 
Thursday, October 29
 

9:00am

Ambassador Community Report
OpenStack Ambassadors connect the user groups to the Foundation. They help initialize the groups and guide them to grow. Ambassadors can give feedback about all the OpenStack community.

Ambassadors launch some actions during the last release cycle:

- OpenStack community report
    - What is the size of the community
    - Global and regional trends
    - Introduce new groups, leaders

- Speaker directory

- Recommended practices for starting and running communities

- Official group process
     - Officials groups
     - Process

- Examples of User group help since Vancouver

- Groups portal
      - Overview
      - Results

- Welcome pack and OpenStack shop

- Q&A

Meet with the ambassadors on this session where they will introduce the improvements of the last half year and share their feelings and experience about the community. If you are a user group organizer you must be there, and feel free to share your thoughts and feelings with us!

Speakers
avatar for Christian Berendt

Christian Berendt

Cloud Solution Architect
Christian is working as a Cloud Solution Architect for the German company B1 Systems. He is a member of the OpenStack Docs team.
avatar for Marcelo Dieder

Marcelo Dieder

IT Coordinator and Openstack Consultant Brazil
Marcelo Dieder works with Openstack since 2011. He is a founding member of the OpenStack Brazil user group and coordinates the translation team of OpenStack Brazil. He is an OpenStack Ambassador and has helped in the growth of the users groups through his organizing of events, lectures... Read More →
avatar for Tom Fifield

Tom Fifield

OpenStack community manager
After working on scalability in computing at particle physics experiments like ATLAS at the Large Hadron Collider, Tom led the creation of a cloud designed for the publicly-funded research sector in Australia.It currently serves thousands of researchers directly, using many datacentres... Read More →
avatar for Erwan Gallen

Erwan Gallen

OpenStack technical Architect, Red Hat, Red Hat
Erwan is the President of OpenStack-Fr association, he is Ambassador of the OpenStack fondation and helps to promote the OpenStack project. As CTO of a web media group he has built high traffic platforms based on open source technologies, he has developed and created the biggest social... Read More →
avatar for Akihiro Hasegawa

Akihiro Hasegawa

Manager of R&D,Bit-Isle
He is a board member of Japan OpenStack User Group and a chairman / founder of OpenStack Days Tokyo.His mission is to provide the elastic and secure cloud infrastructure with Hybrid cloud technologies to the market. He is working with OpenStack project since 2011.He also is one of... Read More →
avatar for Kenneth Hui

Kenneth Hui

Director of Technical Marketing, Platform9, Platform9
I am the Director of Technical Marketing and Partner Alliances at Platform9, where we are enabling customers to be successful through our SaaS managed private cloud solution.  My passion is to help IT deliver value through collaboration, automation, and cloud computing.  I am an... Read More →
avatar for Marton Kiss

Marton Kiss

GM of Europe, Aptira
OpenStack Ambassador, founder of Hungarian OpenStack user group, co-organizer of OpenStack CEE Day event and active contributor of multiple OpenStack projects. Marton have a background in the telecommunication sector, he was a CTO for a Telenor owned company and managed the operation... Read More →
avatar for Kavit Munshi

Kavit Munshi

CTO, Aptira, Aptira
Kavit is the CTO of Aptira, heads Aptira's Indian operations and has 15 years of experience in designing and deploying Enterprise and Telco solutions.>   He is also the founder of the Indian OpenStack User Group and the OpenStack Ambassador for the region. Kavit is also an Individual... Read More →
avatar for Akira Yoshiyama

Akira Yoshiyama

Assistant Manager, NEC
Akira is the maintainer of the web site of Japan OpenStack User Group (http://openstack.jp). He is leading OpenStack study meetups in Japan since 2012, JOSUG events like OpenStack Advent calendar, translation activities of OpenStack documents into Japanese, and so on... Read More →


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

11:00am

Herding Cats Into Boxes: How OpenStack Release Management Changes With the Big Tent
The Liberty cycle has seen some big changes to our release process and tools. As the OpenStack projects have matured, and the OpenStack community has grown, the Release Management team has updated the way we manage releases to support the way projects want to work while continuing to make it easy for users to understand what is included in each release. All of these changes lay the groundwork for more changes to come in Mitaka.

These changes will immediately impact:

  • Distribution providers

  • Deployers

  • Version Numbering

  • The future of stable branches

  • Release cycles


This is a must-attend session for:

  • Those who curate or provide an OpenStack distribution

  • Release Managers

  • Deployers and architects


Speakers
avatar for Thierry Carrez

Thierry Carrez

VP of Engineering, OpenStack Foundation
Thierry Carrez is the Vice-President of Engineering at the OpenStack Foundation, in charge of the long-term health of the open source projects under the Foundation. A long-time elected member of the OpenStack Technical Committee, he has been a Release Manager for the OpenStack project... Read More →
avatar for Doug Hellmann

Doug Hellmann

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Doug Hellmann is currently employed by Red Hat to work on OpenStack and OpenShift.


Thursday October 29, 2015 11:00am - 11:40am
Seigyoku

11:50am

Overcoming Subtle Bias - Presented by the Women of OpenStack
The Women of Openstack Working Group continues to go from strength to strength. With a record of over 600 women or 10% of the Vancouver Summit attendees, women are a growing and vocal presence in our extremely diverse community. Join this panel of women and minorities as we discuss the topic of subtle bias in the workplace and the OpenStack community and how to remove barriers to full participation in all aspects and roles.

From PTL to code reviewer, there is a place for everyone to contribute to the fullest extent possible. Learn how to identify and overcome the subtle biases that can drag down even the most confident person.

  • Identifying our own biases and tips for avoiding their influence

  • Looking beyond the surface: First impressions and how they can sway even the most seemingly impartial decision

  • On an IRC, everyone is equal: Using tools to level the playing field for everyone

  • Establishing criteria to ensure fair treatment for all


Speakers
avatar for Beth Cohen

Beth Cohen

Network Product Strategist - Verizon, Verizon
Beth is a Cloud Networking Product Manager at Verizon, working on developing new cloud products and services. She is also President, Luth Computer Specialists, an independent consultancy specializing in cloud focused solutions to help enterprises leverage the efficiencies of cloud... Read More →
avatar for Courtney Ferry

Courtney Ferry

Sr. Solutions Engineer, Carpathia, A QTS Company
Courtney is a customer-facing sales engineer, at Carpathia, responsible for architecting custom hosting, private cloud, and managed services solutions, for enterprise and government customers. Prior to bridging into engineering, Courtney was a Technical Implementation Manager at... Read More →
avatar for Alex Lemberg

Alex Lemberg

SW Manager, SanDisk
Alex Lemberg is a senior SW Manager in SanDisk company, with 14 years of experience in design, debugging, development, analysis and testing of embedded and mobile flash based storage solutions (eMMC/SD, NAND, NOR) and operation systems. He is focused and passionate about the following... Read More →
avatar for Karin Levenstein

Karin Levenstein

Manager, Rackspace Private Cloud Documentation
Karin Levenstein manages the US half of the Rackspace Private Cloud documentation team and is an OpenStack docs contributor, working mostly on the Installation Guide. She has been working as a tech writer for nearly 20 years, and her experience ranges from grocery chains to oil and... Read More →
avatar for Jessica Murillo

Jessica Murillo

Vice President, Client Advocacy, IBM
I am known for: Open source development, Open Stack, and Cloud. Jessica Murillo is the Vice President of Strategy at IBM. She collaborates with our clients and across IBM to define and deliver IBM Systems focused on enabling our clients to build their next generation data centers... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 11:50am - 12:30pm
Seigyoku

2:40pm

Let's Talk Roadmaps - OpenStack Style
The OpenStack Tent is big and as an OpenStack Operator, Vendor or Contributor it can be a challenge to know what’s going on in each ring.  Help is on the way! The OpenStack Product Work Group strives to work across our community to create a condensed, simplified set of roadmaps of the capabilities you can expect in the upcoming project releases.

In this session we'll present our findings across the different projects in an effort to give users a glimpse into OpenStack's upcoming capabilities.  The roadmaps presented will span multiple releases and strive to unify the future direction of the individual projects on a per release basis.  This session had over 800 RSVPs at the last summit so please show up early!  

Speakers
avatar for Carol Barrett

Carol Barrett

Data Center Software Planner, Intel Corp
Carol is a 30+ yr high tech veteran, currently working within the Open Source Technology Center at Intel Corporation. She has broad software development experience ranging from weapon control systems on submarines to web based kids games to data center applications. She’s... Read More →
avatar for Mike Cohen

Mike Cohen

Director, Product Management, Cisco Systems
Mike Cohen is Director of Product Management at Cisco Systems.  Mike began his career as an early engineer on VMware's hypervisor team and subsequently worked in infrastructure product management on Google and Big Switch Networks.  Mike holds a BSE in Electrical Engineering from... Read More →
avatar for Rochelle Grober

Rochelle Grober

Senior Staff Architect - Huawei, Huawei Technologies
Rocky is an industry veteran, with experience spanning computer bring up to AI, networks and embedded. But her attention always seems to return to close to the metal, large infrastructure. Starting out in EE, she migrated to SW development then on to QA and SW Process, which is why... Read More →
avatar for Shamail Tahir

Shamail Tahir

Offering Manager, IBM Private Cloud and OpenStack Initiatives, IBM
I am an Offering Manager for OpenStack Initiatives at IBM Cloud and enthusiastic about technology.  In my current role, I am focused on open-source and product strategy.  I have been in the OpenStack community since 2013 and I am currently participating in the Product, Enterprise... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 2:40pm - 3:20pm
Seigyoku

3:30pm

OpenStack Trivia
An OpenStack trivia game featuring multiple choice questions using slides, etc, encouraging audience participation. There will also be audible questions (just shout out the answer). Goofy prizes will be awarded. This theme can be used as an icebreaker/etc at OpenStack meetups (the first one, birthday ones, etc.) This talk would also work as a lightning talk with the slides auto advancing.

Each slide will have a backup slide giving a bit more detail about the topic so also educational.

Speakers
avatar for David Medberry

David Medberry

Lead Engineer, OpenStack DevOps, Charter Comm
Open source advocate for 15+ years.OpenStack developer, deployer since 2011...OpenStack Community leader for 4+ years.Formerly doing cloud and open source for Canonical (Ubuntu) and HP, currently doing OpenStack at Charter Communications.Known to launch flying discs at anyone attending... Read More →


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

4:30pm

It Takes a Community: Interoperable Networking In OpenStack via DefCore
Would you like to be able to move applications seamlessly between OpenStack Powered clouds?  Sure you would—but today, that’s hard.  One of the trickiest aspects of interoperability today is the network stack: OpenStack has multiple networking API’s available that can’t be deployed together, making it difficult to create an interoperable standard.  Without an interoperable standard, applications become a tangle of if/else loops to account for the different possible networking capabilities of various public clouds, appliances, distributions, and managed offerings--and it’s difficult to determine which products support which networking options at all.  Interoperability by if/else loop isn’t really interoperability at all.

The OpenStack community is responding to the challenge of creating an interoperable standard between OpenStack Powered products via the work of the DefCore Committee.  The DefCore Guidelines seek to define core in such a way that OpenStack Powered products can be verifiably tested for adherence to an interoperability standard and consumers can make informed decisions about what they deploy and how they write their applications.  But the DefCore Committe can't operate in a vacume: solving interoperability in networking requires the help of the technical community, the Board of Directors, the DefCore Committee, vendors, and operators.

In this talk, members of the Nova and Neutron technical communities and the DefCore Committee will discuss the history of networking in OpenStack, take the current temperature of OpenStack's networking stacks, and discuss how the DefCore Committee, technical community, and Board of Directors are working together to solve the interoperability problem.  We’ll explain what’s being proposed for the next DefCore Guideline and how we as a community got there.  Attendees will learn about the impact on operators and vendors and leave with an understanding of what to expect of OpenStack Powered (TM) products that meet interoperable networking standards in the future.  We’ll also discuss the feedback that’s been generated so far from operators, vendors, and developers and discuss the future of interoperable networking in OpenStack.  

Speakers
avatar for Russell Bryant

Russell Bryant

Distinguished Engineer, Red Hat
Russell Bryant is a Distinguished Engineer at Red Hat, where he works on infrastructure management to support Kubernetes clusters. Prior to working on the Metal³ project, Russell has worked on other open infrastructure projects. Russell worked in Software Defined Networking with... Read More →
avatar for Kyle Mestery

Kyle Mestery

Distinguished Engineer, Cisco
Kyle is a Distinguished Engineer at Cisco working on cloud-native and security technologies in the Chief Technology and Architecture Office. He has worked on Open Source networking for over 10 years, was previously the OpenStack Neutron PTL, and is currently working on cloud security... Read More →
avatar for Mark Voelker

Mark Voelker

OpenStack Architect, VMware
Mark T. Voelker is the OpenStack Architect at VMware, but generally prefers to think of himself as a breadth-first technologist with a flair for distributed systems. Prior to joining VMware, Mark spent 11+ years at Cisco Systems, most recently with the Cloud and Virtualization Group/Office... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 4:30pm - 5:10pm
Seigyoku

5:20pm

The Numbers of the Open Cloud (Tokyo Edition)
The talk will present a quantitative analysis of the projects producing the main free, open source software cloud platforms: OpenStack, Apache CloudStack, OpenNebula and Eucalyptus. The analysis will focus on the communities behind those projects, their main development parameters, and the trends that can be observed.

Understanding the inner life of free / open source software projects is of fundamental importance to developers, users and decision makers. This talk will help to understand what's happening behind the curtains in the most relevant open cloud platforms, by analyzing the rich data obtained from their developing repositories.

The talk will cover, for the four analyzed projects, the following topics:

* How open is their development model, and to which extent they provide access to their development data.
Some parameters related to the overall activity and effort put into the development and maintenance of their products.
* The main characteristics of their development community: size, diversity, engagement, attraction, etc.
* The main parameters characterizing their performance, such as time-to-fix tickets or time-to-review patches.
* Some visualizations of the most relevant aspects.

A bonus track with novel information providing insight on the OpenStack community will have a slot in the presentation.

All the tools used to produce the analysis presented in this talk are free, open source software, based on the Grimoire technology, http://vizgrimoire.github.io. The talk will also provide some hints on how to reproduce the study, on these or other projects.

Illustrative example of the kind of information that will be presented: OpenStack Grimoire Dashboard, http://activity.openstack.org/

This talk will be an update and extension of the one I delivered in Paris OpenStack Summit, http://bit.ly/openstack-opencloud

Speakers
avatar for Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona

Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona

Cofounder / Associate Professor, Bitergia / Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona is co-founder of "Bitergia" [1], the software development analytics company specialized in the analysis of free / open source software projects. He also teaches and researches [2] in Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Spain), in the context of the GSyC/LibreSoft... Read More →
avatar for Daniel Izquierdo

Daniel Izquierdo

Chief Data Officer, Bitergia, InnerSourceCommons community
Daniel Izquierdo Cortazar is a researcher and one of the founders of Bitergia, a company that provides software analytics for open source ecosystems. Currently holding the position of Chief Data Officer, he is focused on the quality of the data, research of new metrics, analysis and... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 5:20pm - 6:00pm
Seigyoku