|Sent on:||Friday, February 3, 2012 2:00 PM|
I am pleased to announce that the next South Bay OpenStack install-fest and hackathon will be hosted at Yahoo in Sunnyvale. Do you want to talk about deploying OpenStack with people who really know what it means to run infrastructure at scale? Then come to Yahoo on Thursday!
The team at Yahoo have specific blueprints that they want to work on, so we'll have a room dedicated to coding so that we can work on those together.
For the first time at the South Bay meetup we will also be honored by the presence of Dan Wendlandt of Nicira, Project Technical Lead for OpenStack Quantum (Networking-as-a-service). Dan will give a talk and demo on Quantum in our second room.
The final room at Yahoo will be for absolute beginners. We'll describe OpenStack's architecture and vision and how it all fits together.
Many thanks to Sean Roberts at Yahoo for organising this session, thanks to Yahoo for sponsoring, and thanks to Dan for volunteering to talk.
See you all at Yahoo next week! We'll be back at Citrix on 23 February.