For those who weren’t aware, the vBrownBag crew are now a fixture of the OpenStack summit. We make TechTalk videos there just like at VMworld. The Tokyo summit will be our fourth time and we always have a packed schedule with some really interesting presentations. If you are going to be at the summit then[…]
Walter Bentley from Rackspace presents on how you can use Ansible to fully deploy OpenStack. Deploy OpenStack with Ansible Video You can find Walter on Twitter @djstayflypro, GitHub at wbentley15, and his blog hitchnyc.com Originally published at http://vbrownbag.comm – Sign up for the live #vBrownBag broadcast at http://vbrownbag.comm/brownbags/ where you can also get updates and view our past series[…]
With just over two weeks to go until the OpenStack summit it is time to lock in your social schedule as well as the conference schedule. The vBrownBag crew are very pleased to announce our newest TechTalk sponsor, Nexenta, will be having a party on the Tuesday. So welcome Nexenta and sign up for their[…]
With only 28 days to go until the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver we’re getting excited. Flights and hotels are all booked and we have over 90 TechTalk session proposed. Don’t let that stop you from proposing a session using this form. I’m also delighted to announce that VMTurbo has joined our sponsors. VMTurbo have an[…]
This guest post is by Anthony Chow who blogs at http://cloudn1n3.blogspot.co.nz/, where you can find his back catalogue of posts. This post is part of a pretty serious series on OpenStack, that starts here. Find out more about the guest blogger program here.
Often time there is the notion that with Docker, the Linux Container technology is going to replace server virtualization. The reasoning for this thought is that with Linux Container virtualize application on the operating system level in which the hypervisor is no longer needed.
Another camp of thought is that container does not have the robustness and enterprise ready feature such as resource allocation management, high availability or even manageability that can be offered by VMware.
We had an amazing time in Paris last week at the OpenStack Summit. Three days of packed TechTalk schedule meant that the crew didn’t get to see a lot of the Summit. Happily there is a fair amount of coverage available online. We produced a total of 72 videos at the summit, our highest[…]
We had an amazing time in Paris last week. Three days of packed TechTalk schedule meant that the crew didn’t get to see a lot of the Summit. Happily there is a fair amount of coverage available online. We produced a total of 72 videos at the summit, our highest number for any conference[…]
This guest post is by Melissa Palmer who blogs at vmiss.net, where you can find her back catalogue of posts. Melissa was the creative (evil) genius behind the scenarios for the Virtual Design Master Challenge. Find out more about the guest blogger program here.
I first delved into the world of OpenStack about a year ago. I had heard it thrown around in meetings, and started seeing a fair bit about it on twitter. As I did more research I found out it began in 2010 as a research project between Rackspace and NASA. Which of course, only intrigued me further, since I’m a huge space nerd. I’ve also heard it come up in discussion more often than not in the last year or so.
We have only one month to go until the OpenStack Summit in Paris.
Below is the schedule of TechTalks at the summit, as you will see the three days of TechTalks is absolutely packed. We will be in room 126/127 of the Palais De Congres for the three days of the Main Conference. There will be people presenting all the time, so drop by and watch live.
Hey #vBrownBag listeners and readers. Eric Wright is working to launch a new OpenStack series and we wanted to get your input so we shape an interesting, useful series. If you have a minute, can you fill out the form below please to help us get an idea of what you would like to see[…]