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Docker with Openstack and OpenContrail for SDN
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Practical Docker with OpenStack
Docker is gaining popularity for shipping and deploying applications and has OpenStack integrations. What is it? How does it work? In this talk, Eric Windisch will introduce you to Docker and the integrations for Nova and Heat, along with usage examples and installation instructions.
Eric Windisch has been involved in OpenStack since the Bexar release in 2011. He has been building compute automation since 2001 and is currently working to build a new generation of cloud and container technologies at Docker, Inc.
OpenContrail and OpenStack
OpenContrail is an open source and standards-based project for SDN controller that delivers network virtualization and enables the migration of applications and IT resources to more flexible private or hybrid cloud environments. OpenContrail has been developed to work with the OpenStack cloud management platform and integrates with OpenStack as a provider to the Neutron networking as a service project. Focusing on simplifying OpenStack cloud deployment and management, OpenContrail aims to provide true end-to-end open source solutions for building scalable clouds.
Michael Langdon, Distinguished Engineer at Juniper Networks, will give an overview of the OpenContrail internal architecture, and extend the discussion to OpenStack Neutron integration and implementation details. In addition to main network virtualization use cases, Michael will cover OpenContrail discrete features and unique value to open community and enterprises.
Michael Langdon is a Director Systems Engineering in the Orchestration and SDN Business Unit at Juniper Networks. (aka Virtual Networking Plumber)