You know the drill. It’s one of the great things about the OpenStack Summit. Unlike most other conferences, where organizers single-handedly set the agenda based on what they think you want to hear, the OpenStack Summit agenda is based on what you actually want to hear.
Curious about containers? Intrigued by NFV? Wondering what’s next on the Neutron roadmap? Tell them with your votes. Go to the OpenStack Foundation page and choose the sessions that are most interesting to you.It’s easy, it’s fun, and there is no limit to how many sessions you can vote for.*
But here’s the catch: The Foundation received more than 1,200 talk submissions this time. 1,200!!!
Do you have time to read through them all?
Of course not.
You’ll vote for your friends, for yourself if you submitted anything, and then you may browse a few other talks, but that’s it. It’s just too much to wade through. Bottom line: You’ll vote for the sessions you’ve heard about that coincide with your interests.
So before you visit the website and voting fatigue starts setting in, I want to be sure you’ve heard about the talks submitted by the OpenStack experts here at Cisco.
There are 50 of them, and they’re all listed below, along with links to the corresponding Foundation voting pages so you can easily access abstracts and cast votes.
Thanks for taking a look. See you at the Summit!
Lights, Camera, Action! OpenStack Goes to Hollywood
Cloud QoS – From Neutron to Nova, a More Holistic Approach to QoS in OpenStack
Case Studies – Enterprise
Self-serve and BSS Systems for OpenStack Clouds
Cloud App Development
Enforcing Application SLAs with Congress and Monasca
IaaS + PaaS = A Powerful Necessity
Build It and They Will Come (Easier Said Than Done!)
Diversity and Subtle Bias: Reaching Across the Aisles
Fostering Full Equality: Sponsored by Women of OpenStack
Tips from Community Managers: Effective Strategies for Building a Vibrant User and Developer Community
Double Click on Containers, Container Networking, and Container Security
Self Heal Your OpenStack Control Plane!
Multi-tenancy for Docker containers with keystone and adding quota limits
Kubernetes Automation on OpenStack Using Ansible
Enterprise IT Strategies
Do You Need Several Cloud Vendors to Reach a Business Outcome? So Form an Alliance!
Infrastructure as Code 101 – Selling Your OpenStack Cloud in the Enterprise
Project Overcast – “Less Cloudy” Enterprise Features for Your OpenStack Environment
Surveying the Cloud: Ben Kepes Discusses Industry Trends, Niki Acosta Weighs in on OpenStack, and Wes Jossey Explains AWS
Developing, Deploying, and Consuming L4-7 Network Services in an OpenStack Cloud
Walkthrough: Using Ansible, Packer and Vagrant for Quick and Highly Reproducible Dev Environments
High-Performance OpenStack for Science and Data Analytics in a Hybrid Cloud Environment
Logging and Alarms with Containerized ELK
Deploying IPv6 in OpenStack Environments
Containers Beyond OpenStack: Bringing Container Networking into Reality
Scaling Neutron in Heterogeneous Environments
Understanding ML2 Port Binding
Policy-based Lifecycle Management of Network Services in an OpenStack Cloud
Kubernetes Networking in OpenStack
Multicast and Missing Packets – Building, Debugging, and Fixing a Multicast-enabled Cloud
Fast, Multi-hypervisor Networking in OpenStack
Now That Didn’t Hurt a Bit – Best Practices for Test-Driven Ansible and OpenStack Depolyment
OpenStack CI/CD for Cisco Video Streaming Solution for Service Providers (MOS >V2PC Evolution)
Cisco IT: Our Journey to Juno and Beyond
Massive Data Plane Scale at Your Fingertips with KloudBuster
Put DevOps Principles in Practice for OpenStack
Autoscaling Bare Metal with Ironic, Nova, Heat and Ceilometer
Debugging Container-based Virtual Networks Using Operational Data
Deep Dive into OpenStack HA Configurations
Ansible – Beyond Playbooks and OpenStack Deployment
A Scale Out and Turbocharged Policy as a Service for Handling High Volume Streams of Events
Products and Services
Complete Lifecycle Management with Redhat Satellite
Why You Should Use Angular Horizon Plugins for Your OpenStack Project
Tools for Automated Security Testing
Cloud Security for the OpenStack Beginner
Can NFV truly scale with OpenStack? Lets find out.
Optimizing NFV Service Chains on OpenStack Using Docker
*While I applaud the industrious, go-get-it attitude that might lead you to try to vote for a single session multiple times, don’t bother. The Foundation watches very closely for ballot-box stuffing, and will disqualify any votes that look like they were suspiciously cast.
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