This group is for anyone interested in cloud technology and open infrastructure, in particular OpenStack. If you are interested or involved in providing scalable computing resources, be they virtualised, cloud, 'on demand' or grid - all powered by open source software - then you'll find something here.
We're excited to (finally) announce another edition of the London OpenStack Meetup. Kindly sponsored by Intel and Verne Global, we have a few diverse talks to kick us off:
6:00pm to 6:25pm - Registration, networking, food and refreshments
6:25pm to 6:30pm - Welcome, introduction
6:30pm to 7:00pm - Toni Muller, Verne Global - Adopting OpenStack from an SMB perspective
7:15pm to 7:45pm - Sujata Tibrewala, Intel - Edge Services, Now and Beyond
8:00pm to 8:15pm - Nick Jones, D2iQ - Everyone Loves A Sausage (Lightning Talk)
8:15pm to 8:30pm - Dario Sabella, Intel - MEC hackathons in ETSI: engaging application developers (Lightning Talk)
8:30pm to 8:45pm - Closing comments, networking, pub.
Toni Muller, Verne Global - Adopting OpenStack from an SMB Perspective
"This talk will be about how to get started with OpenStack in an SMB environment. The scenario will be as follows: a small cluster with compute and storage facility, and a method to get it all up and running in a comparably easy way, all the while keeping the door open to significant growth."
Sujata Tibrewala, Intel - Edge Services, Now and Beyond
How are we making easy for our developers to create the exciting 5G and edge services that are the real driving force behind edge transformation? Intel is developing and making available an open reference software toolkit – called “Open Network Edge Services Software (OpenNESS)” that abstracts the complexity of the network and provides an easy button to “network-as-a-service” capabilities to the developer. Join us for a deep dive incursion into the future of edge services.
Nick Jones, D2iQ - Everyone Loves A Sausage (Lightning Talk)
Running an OpenStack public cloud in a former nuclear bunker as a hobby project.
Dario Sabella, Intel - MEC hackathons in ETSI: Engaging application developers (Lightning Talk)
The talk will describe the MEC Hackathon framework, and will provide an overview of past successful experiences from previous Hackathon events, in the view of the forthcoming MEC Hackathon 2019 in London (UK)