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Wednesday, September 24 • 1:30pm - 2:10pm
Understanding OpenStack Deployments - Chris Hoge, OpenStack Foundation

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OpenStack is one of the fastest growing collections of open-source software projects, with a rapidly expanding list of hundreds of sponsors and thousands of contributors. Puppet, backed by the community developed puppet-openstack modules, is the most popular method for deploying and maintaining OpenStack deployments.

In this talk, Chris Hoge will give an overview of the basic architecture of OpenStack, covering the databases, message queues, APIs, and service abstraction layers. He will also give concrete examples of how to compose the puppet-openstack modules to build out easily maintainable OpenStack deployments using the "Roles and Profiles" design pattern.

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Chris Hoge

Interop Engineer, OpenStack Foundation
Chris Hoge is the Interop Engineer for the OpenStack Foundation. Previously he worked as an OpenStack community manager, developer, and operator at Puppet Labs and The University of Oregon. When not obsessing over the present and future of cloud computing he enjoys long-distance running, swing dancing, and throwing a ball for his endlessly energetic Border Collie.


Wednesday September 24, 2014 1:30pm - 2:10pm
Salon 10-12 Lower B2

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