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South Bay OpenStack Meetup, Intermediate/Hackath­on track

  • Oct 4, 2012 · 7:00 PM
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These meetups are community based and focused. The Beginner track is for someone with little to no experience with OpenStack. You can be just interested in expanding your devOps horizons or someone that just wants to learn more about this cloud thing. The Intermediate track is for a experienced devOps, some python experience, and an understanding of OpenStack core. Some advanced OpenStack devOps will join the hackathon from time to time. The Advanced track is for seasoned OpenStack devOps to discuss blueprints and code. Each Advanced devOps meetup will focus on a different OpenStack core project.

Drink, food, whiteboards and wifi provided by Yahoo! Bring a laptop if you want to code or to install DevStack to take away with you. These meetups will run on alternate weeks from the San Francisco meetups. All the cool kids go to both.

Updates will be published via the meetup email list, OpenStack community blog, and twitter via @sarob

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  • Prakash

    This was a good presentation following the flow of provisioning & de-provisioning of vm through the http, message and rpc calls through the OpenStack modules. Clearly a good way to understand the OpenStack outside in.

    October 4, 2012

  • Sean R.

    np mike. See you in at the summit?

    October 4, 2012

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