vBrownBag TechTalk Schedule Thursday

We are on the fourth floor in rooms 13a and 13b. This is the most up to date schedule for the TechTalks. After the sessions are recorded it’s entry here will become a link to the YouTube video, so you can see any session you miss.

The Live streams of the TechTalks can be found here.

Room 13A Room 13B
10:00 Ravi Jagannathan – Why OpenStack is viewed as Unreliable?
10:15 Andre Fredette – Using OpenDaylight as an SDN Controller for OpenStack
10:30 Eran Gampel – Spanning your overlay network across clouds
10:45 Alex Wang – How to double OpenStack I/O performance at lower cost
11:00 Saggi Mizahi – Smaug (ADPaaS) DR your Multi-tier Cloud application made easy
11:15 Balaji Ethirajulu – Network  Slice Orchestration for 5G networks
11:45 Fernando Ribeiro – Cloud Messaging State of the Union
12:00 Sachin Manpathak – Replaying Nova Placements for Fun and Profit
12:15 Sachin Manpathak – Bringing Cloud Identity to Platform9 Openstack
12:30 Ben Silverman – Playing with the Slinky – Dynamic Capacity Planning in Elastic Clouds
12:45 Ramakrishna Nishtala – Deployment and Operational Best Practices of Openstack on Cisco UCS Servers
13:00 Ravi Jagannathan – How dismantle a cloud to use OpenStack?
13:30 Julen Larrucea – Installing OpenStack on a single click
13:45 Rob Whiteley – Using A Single Software-Defined Storage Platform for A Multi-Datacenter, Multi-Protocol OpenStack Cloud
14:00 Stéphane Laurière – Seamless deployment into OpenStack with the AppHub Factory
14:15 Sumit Amar – Predictive Auto-Scaling for Web Applications
14:45 Fernando Ribeiro – Developing Java Microservices for OpenStack
15:00 Ravi Jagannathan – How dismantle a cloud to use OpenStack?
15:30 Vikram Belapurkar – Architecting high-performance storage for massively scalable OpenStack private clouds
15:45 Trevor Roberts Jr – What is VMware doing with OpenStack?

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