Happy holidays, everyone! As promised, the OpenStack L.A. Meetups are back for 2017 and I’m making a concerted effort to make sure we have these monthly, regardless of my travel schedule. To that end, I have brought on a co-organizer for our group, Chet Burgess. Chet was one of the original members of the Metacloud team and will be helping me out, as needed, when I'm on the road. Hoping you'll have a chance to meet Chet at our first 2017 meetup!
For the January meetup, I'm thrilled to welcome a new presenter, Hart Hoover, to the group!
I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at this first OpenStack L.A. Meetup of 2017!
Using OpenStack Orchestration for Big Data
In this talk, Hart will walk through the OpenStack Orchestration project, demonstrating how it can be used to manage cloud deployments. This will include giving you an understanding of what Heat is, an overview of how to use it, key terminology, and template language concepts. The presentation will conclude with a demo of the latest Big Data reference architecture from the OpenStack Enterprise working group.
Hart Hoover/OpenStack User Advocate at Cisco
Hart is an OpenStack User Advocate at Cisco. Before joining the Metacloud product group at Cisco, Hoover started his career at Rackspace in 2007 as a Linux Systems Administrator, moving to the cloud to help create their Managed Cloud offering in 2009. He has been an advocate for the open source community, contributing to multiple open source projects. He is also the founder of the San Antonio DevOps meetup and loves tacos and coffee. You can follow him on Twitter at @hhoover.
7:00P – 7:40P: Eating, drinking, mingling, networking
7:40P – 7:45P: Group announcements and speaker introduction
7:45P – 8:45P: Presentation/Q&A
8:45 – 10:00P: More eating, drinking, mingling, networking