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OpenStack Days Italy

The event will start on 28 September 2017 at Coworking Login, Milano. Buy your ticket now!

 ABOUT THE EVENT

OpenStack Days bring together hundreds of IT executives, cloud operators and technology providers to discuss cloud computing and learn about OpenStack.

The regional events are organized and hosted annually by local OpenStack user groups and companies in the ecosystem. It’s a great opportunity to hear directly from prominent OpenStack leaders, learn from user stories, network and get plugged into your local community.

Attendees will have the opportunity to hear real business cases from end-users, learn about new products, and participate in hands-on workshops, as well as a networking event for a less formal opportunity to engage with the community.
 

Call For Papers open!

Submit your talk now! Send an email to davide.lamanna@binarioetico.it.

Schedule

  10:15 - 10:45

Infrastructure as Code (Nuage)

Nowadays environments need a tighter integration of networking settings into applications. Wouldn’t it be beneficial to define all network and security requirements inside the application definition through a human readable format? And what if the application spans VMs, Containers and Bare metals? The talk is about networking in OpenStack heterogeneous environments including VMs and K8S containers, plus a demo.
  11:30 - 12:00

Openstack Operators Federation – the Alternative to Hyperscale Global Providers (Enter + Datacentred)

Federation talks mostly target academic issues. This talk, instead, provides a real-world scenario (and a demo) of how public cloud providers can join their forces to provide scalability and elasticity. Keystone allows potential competitors to be actually “coopetitors”, more flexible and agile than Public Cloud giants. As the old Romans said, “unity is strength”.
  12:30 - 13:00

Open Networking based Overlay solution for Openstack Cloud (Mellanox)

The talk is about how Openstack and SDN has thrived on Open Networking phenomena, where customers can select the white box, select the type of OS best suited to them and how this has resulted in unprecedented programmability, automation, and network control, enabling them to build highly scalable, flexible networks that readily adapt to changing business needs.
  14:30 - 15:05

Multi-Cloud in Saipem

The talk is about OpenStack coexisting aside traditional VMWare virtualization solutions. Our multi-cloud approach integrates both on-premise and public clouding through a provisioning portal. A particular emphasis will be given to the technologies used in the portal and on the technological differences between OpenStack and VMWare emerged during the development of such a tool.
  15:05 - 15:40

Upgrading OpenStack from Kilo to Mitaka (where is Liberty???) (Fastweb)

The talk describes the upgrade of an OpenStack infrastructure and how virtualization of network and compute elements can help you to orchestrate all the upgrade process, minimizing the downtime for all running applications. Automating it with Ansible playbooks or similar tools is helping us to handle odd cases depending on the specific target infrastructure.
  16:30 - 17:05

Declarative Modeling for Building a Cloud Federation and Cloud Applications (Garr)

The talk presents a federated cloud platform dedicated to the Italian research community, deployed using a declarative modeling tool. It describes the architectural choices, how OpenStack can accomodate the needs of a federation of multiple independent organizations, resource allocation can be controlled according to committed plans and how to handle accounting and billing of resources.
  16:30 - 17:05

Orchestration of workload on a Fog/Edge architecture based on OpenStack and Kubernetes (FBK)

A deep transformation is ongoing in Cloud Computing, driven by containerization and IoT: lightweight infrastructure and distributed services. From centralized data centers, it can get closer to users and data sources, thus embracing the Fog/Edge Computing paradigm. The talk presents a Fog/Edge architecture based on OpenStack and Docker/Kubernetes. A demo will end the presentation.
  17:05 - 17:40

OpenStack Day 2: stay on top of your data with Monasca (Fujitsu)

With its comprehensive feature range, Monasca is the optimal Monitoring-as-a-Service solution for data centre operators and cloud customers. Monasca adds further security management using logs, life cycle of alarms & cap management whilst the integration of the OpenStack Event Queue in Monasca offers added monitoring possibilities for system ops and users about the OpenStack components.
  17:05 - 17:40

Racing with OpenStack (Garl)

The talk shows how OpenStack supported the historic Minardi Days racing, where world-wide “retired” Formula 1 drivers meet once a year to test their former cars on-track. It will show how we managed cams and network, live streaming of the event, live analytics of the drivers, automatic post production and stream after the event itself.
  10:15 - 10:45

Infrastructure as Code (Nuage)

Nowadays environments need a tighter integration of networking settings into applications. Wouldn’t it be beneficial to define all network and security requirements inside the application definition through a human readable format? And what if the application spans VMs, Containers and Bare metals? The talk is about networking in OpenStack heterogeneous environments including VMs and K8S containers, plus a demo.
  11:30 - 12:00

Openstack Operators Federation – the Alternative to Hyperscale Global Providers (Enter + Datacentred)

Federation talks mostly target academic issues. This talk, instead, provides a real-world scenario (and a demo) of how public cloud providers can join their forces to provide scalability and elasticity. Keystone allows potential competitors to be actually “coopetitors”, more flexible and agile than Public Cloud giants. As the old Romans said, “unity is strength”.
  12:30 - 13:00

Open Networking based Overlay solution for Openstack Cloud (Mellanox)

The talk is about how Openstack and SDN has thrived on Open Networking phenomena, where customers can select the white box, select the type of OS best suited to them and how this has resulted in unprecedented programmability, automation, and network control, enabling them to build highly scalable, flexible networks that readily adapt to changing business needs.
  15:05 - 15:40

Upgrading OpenStack from Kilo to Mitaka (where is Liberty???) (Fastweb)

The talk describes the upgrade of an OpenStack infrastructure and how virtualization of network and compute elements can help you to orchestrate all the upgrade process, minimizing the downtime for all running applications. Automating it with Ansible playbooks or similar tools is helping us to handle odd cases depending on the specific target infrastructure.
  16:30 - 17:05

Declarative Modeling for Building a Cloud Federation and Cloud Applications (Garr)

The talk presents a federated cloud platform dedicated to the Italian research community, deployed using a declarative modeling tool. It describes the architectural choices, how OpenStack can accomodate the needs of a federation of multiple independent organizations, resource allocation can be controlled according to committed plans and how to handle accounting and billing of resources.
  17:05 - 17:40

OpenStack Day 2: stay on top of your data with Monasca (Fujitsu)

With its comprehensive feature range, Monasca is the optimal Monitoring-as-a-Service solution for data centre operators and cloud customers. Monasca adds further security management using logs, life cycle of alarms & cap management whilst the integration of the OpenStack Event Queue in Monasca offers added monitoring possibilities for system ops and users about the OpenStack components.
  14:30 - 15:05

Multi-Cloud in Saipem

The talk is about OpenStack coexisting aside traditional VMWare virtualization solutions. Our multi-cloud approach integrates both on-premise and public clouding through a provisioning portal. A particular emphasis will be given to the technologies used in the portal and on the technological differences between OpenStack and VMWare emerged during the development of such a tool.
  16:30 - 17:05

Orchestration of workload on a Fog/Edge architecture based on OpenStack and Kubernetes (FBK)

A deep transformation is ongoing in Cloud Computing, driven by containerization and IoT: lightweight infrastructure and distributed services. From centralized data centers, it can get closer to users and data sources, thus embracing the Fog/Edge Computing paradigm. The talk presents a Fog/Edge architecture based on OpenStack and Docker/Kubernetes. A demo will end the presentation.
  17:05 - 17:40

Racing with OpenStack (Garl)

The talk shows how OpenStack supported the historic Minardi Days racing, where world-wide “retired” Formula 1 drivers meet once a year to test their former cars on-track. It will show how we managed cams and network, live streaming of the event, live analytics of the drivers, automatic post production and stream after the event itself.

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