Agenda

First day
2018-06-11
Business path
I technical path
II technical path
Upstream
Second day
2018-06-12
Business path
I technical path
II technical path
Business path
I technical path
II technical path
Upstream
Business path
I technical path
II technical path
08:00 - 09:00
Registration
08:00 - 09:00
Registration
08:00 - 09:00
Registration
08:00 - 09:00
Registration
09:00 - 09:30
Keynote 1: TBD
Jonathan Bryce
Executive Director, OpenStack Foundation
09:00 - 09:30
Keynote 1: TBD
Jonathan Bryce
Executive Director, OpenStack Foundation
09:00 - 09:30
Keynote 1: TBD
Jonathan Bryce
Executive Director, OpenStack Foundation
09:00 - 09:30
Keynote 1: TBD
Jonathan Bryce
Executive Director, OpenStack Foundation
09:30 - 10:00
Keynote 2: OpenStack, the heart of Software-Defined Infrastructure

It doesn’t seem that long ago that Cloud was deemed to be the future of IT, but as technology has evolved, so too has our vision of the future. A recent survey of IT decision makers revealed that 95% believe Software-Defined Infrastructure to be the future of the data centre. Join SUSE to hear about this evolution, and why OpenStack should be at the heart of your Software-Defined Infrastructure

Matthew Johns
Product Marketing, SUSE
09:30 - 10:00
Keynote 2: OpenStack, the heart of Software-Defined Infrastructure

It doesn’t seem that long ago that Cloud was deemed to be the future of IT, but as technology has evolved, so too has our vision of the future. A recent survey of IT decision makers revealed that 95% believe Software-Defined Infrastructure to be the future of the data centre. Join SUSE to hear about this evolution, and why OpenStack should be at the heart of your Software-Defined Infrastructure

Matthew Johns
Product Marketing, SUSE
09:30 - 10:00
Keynote 2: OpenStack, the heart of Software-Defined Infrastructure

It doesn’t seem that long ago that Cloud was deemed to be the future of IT, but as technology has evolved, so too has our vision of the future. A recent survey of IT decision makers revealed that 95% believe Software-Defined Infrastructure to be the future of the data centre. Join SUSE to hear about this evolution, and why OpenStack should be at the heart of your Software-Defined Infrastructure

Matthew Johns
Product Marketing, SUSE
09:30 - 10:00
Keynote 2: OpenStack, the heart of Software-Defined Infrastructure

It doesn’t seem that long ago that Cloud was deemed to be the future of IT, but as technology has evolved, so too has our vision of the future. A recent survey of IT decision makers revealed that 95% believe Software-Defined Infrastructure to be the future of the data centre. Join SUSE to hear about this evolution, and why OpenStack should be at the heart of your Software-Defined Infrastructure

Matthew Johns
Product Marketing, SUSE
10:00 - 10:30
Keynote 3: TBD

TBD

10:00 - 10:30
Keynote 3: TBD

TBD

10:00 - 10:30
Keynote 3: TBD

TBD

10:00 - 10:30
Keynote 3: TBD

TBD

10:30 - 11:00
Coffee break
10:30 - 11:00
Coffee break
10:30 - 11:00
Coffee break
10:30 - 11:00
Coffee break
11:00 - 11:45
QNAP w środowisku OpenStack

Grzegorz Bielawski, Country Manager firmy QNAP, opowie o tym, jak użytkownicy rozwiązań bazujących na OpenStack mogą wykorzystać urządzenia QNAP NAS jako niezawodny, wydajny i wysoko dostępny block storage w swoich ekosystemach OpenStack.

Dzięki wprowadzeniu przez QNAP wsparcia dla OpenStack Cinder Driver możliwe jest wykorzystanie korporacyjnych modeli serwerów QNAP NAS do przechowywania danych w rozwiązaniach OpenStack – co pozwala na zapewnienie wysoko dostępnej, bezpiecznej przestrzeni storage on-site, a także na skuteczne zabezpieczenie danych z wirtualnych maszyn (dzięki używaniu migawek do odzyskiwania danych w razie potrzeby). Podczas swojego wystąpienia Grzegorz Bielawski omówi zalety wynikające z wykorzystania QNAP NAS w OpenStack, odpowie na wszelkie pytania dotyczące implementowania QNAP NAS w rozwiązaniach bazujących na OpenStack oraz przedstawi pokrótce, które modele serwerów NAS firmy QNAP najlepiej nadają się do takich zastosowań. Read more…

Grzegorz Bielawski
Country Manager, QNAP
11:00 - 12:30
Upstream open door meeting
Ildikó Váncsa
Ecosystem Technical Lead, OpenStack Foundation
Kendall Nelson
Upstream Developer Advocate, OpenStack Foundation
11:00 - 11:45
Open vSwitch explained

Open vSwitch is a software that supports network connectivity to your instances. You simply install it, define few bridges and it works. But how does it provide such functionalities? Can we configure it to be faster?

During this presentation I will answer those questions. I will show how Open vSwitch performs in two different modes. The first one is using kernel and the second one is using DPDK for packets processing. We will talk about advantages and drawback for each of the modes. Moreover, I will present how to configure Neutron to utilize DPDK support in Open vSwitch. Read more…

Dawid Deja
NFV Infrastructure Engineer, Ciklum/Telco Systems
11:45 - 12:30
OpenStack dla użytkowników biznesowych

Wyobraź sobie, że masz do dyspozycji w ramach własnego środowiska IT funkcjonalność najbardziej zaawansowanych chmur publicznych. Nie tylko możliwość szybkiego, łatwego i niedrogiego uruchamiania usług przez biznes, ale również rozliczania kosztów w ramach prywatnej chmury i efektywnego zarządzania nią. Na naszej sesji poznasz możliwości oprogramowania CloudOval oraz nowego SUSE OpenStack Cloud 8 (na rynku od maja br.). Dowiesz się, jak wyeliminować złożoność środowiska OpenStack dzięki zastosowaniu gotowego do użycia rozwiązania optymalizującego koszty zarządzania i zwiększającego zadowolenie użytkowników. Postaramy się odpowiedzieć na pytania: czy warto zainwestować w mechanizmy chmury we własnym data center ? czego brakuje w OpenStack ? co zyska biznes na implementacji chmury prywatnej ?

Adam Dyszkowski
SoftGen CEO
Artur Duszczyk
SUSE Country Representative
11:45 - 12:30
Multi Tenant Networks for AI cloud with OpenStack

Networks for AI getting traction with workloads evolving for deep learning. Today’s AI networks needs high performance and needs all cloud related properties. On network side, the latest SDN revolution is centered on creating efficient virtualized data center networks using RDMA, VXLAN & EVPN. We will talk about AI network at the scale, performance, and cost advantages of using a modern controller-free virtualized network solution built on 100 Gigabit Ethernet switches with hardware based VXLAN Routing. We will explore the ease of automating such a network in an OpenStack environment and take you through a real world use case of using OpenStack Network Node bridging between a bare metal cloud (EVPN) and a fully virtualized cloud environments (orchestrated by Neutron). Read more…

Vishal Shukla
Director of Ethernet switch technologies, Mellanox
12:30 - 13:30
Lunch break
12:30 - 13:30
Lunch break
12:30 - 13:30
Lunch break
12:30 - 13:30
Lunch break
13:30 - 14:15
Load Balancing solutions in OpenStack

Load Balancing as a Service (LBaaS) implies supplying API to setup and manage LB service on demand which is service that distributes network/application traffic across a number of servers (application back ends). It is used for load sharing where each application back end node handles a small part of incoming requests, and HA malfunction application back end nodes are removed from the pool automatically. During presentation LBaaS solutions provided by OpenStack such as Neutron-LB, Octavia will be compared regarding functionality architecture and performance aspects. Custom solutions implemented with specific NFV requirements in mind will be also presented. Read more…

Łukasz Deptuła
Cloud Software Engineer, Samsung R&D Institute Poland
13:30 - 15:00
Upstream open door meeting
Ildikó Váncsa
Ecosystem Technical Lead, OpenStack Foundation
Kendall Nelson
Upstream Developer Advocate, OpenStack Foundation
13:30 - 14:15
TBD

TBD

14:15 - 15:00
Monitorowanie i zarządzanie środowiskiem chmury OpenStack

Zapraszamy na premierowy pokaz SUSE OpenStack Cloud 8 (premiera – maj 2018) oraz w pełni skalowalnego narzędzia do monitorowania chmury, które upraszcza monitorowanie i zarządzanie środowiskiem chmury SUSE OpenStack Cloud i uruchomionymi w niej procesami. Na naszej sesji technicznej poznasz także nowe funkcje w SUSE OpenStack Cloud 8, jak pełna obsługa OpenStack Ironic do szybkiego i łatwego wdrażania obrazów oprogramowania bezpośrednio na serwerze (bare metal) zamiast w środowisku wirtualnym, obsługa VMware NSX-V i sieci zdefiniowanych programowo (SDN), wykorzystanie OpenStack Freezer do zautomatyzowanego tworzenia kopii zapasowych i przywracania środowiska po awarii (funkcja DRaaS), oraz opartego na projekcie Ardana narzędzia Cloud Lifecycle Management do zarządzania cyklem życia chmury.
Read more…

Paweł Mirończuk
SUSE Senior Consultant
14:15 - 15:00
Platform Intelligence solutions for OpenStack

Cloud native applications intend to provide much more flexibility than legacy application by operating on an elastic infrastructure and supporting additional features like scaling, alerting and failover. However, implementing these features based on manual operations is error prone and require administration effort. To make them automatic, and to follow Autonomic Computing principles including as Self-Defining, Context-Aware, Self-Configuring, Self-Healing, Self-Optimizing, and Self-Protecting, additional services have to be integrated into the platform. During presentation, we will focus on several use cases including predictive auto-scaling, storage space prediction and noisy neighbor detection will be discussed in relate to machine learning models oriented towards operational intelligence. In additional, Openstack services like Senlin, Aodh and Vitrage will be compared. Read more…

Dariusz Król
Senior Cloud and Big Data Architect, Samsung R&D institute
15:00 - 15:15
Coffee break
15:00 - 15:15
Coffee break
15:00 - 15:15
Coffee break
15:00 - 15:15
Coffee break
15:15 - 16:00
TBD
15:15 - 17:30
Upstream open door meeting
Ildikó Váncsa
Ecosystem Technical Lead, OpenStack Foundation
Kendall Nelson
Upstream Developer Advocate, OpenStack Foundation
15:15 - 16:00
Translate the world – how to manage a global community

The OpenStack I18n is one of the biggest team in the OpenStack community. The people are mostly located in non-english speaking countries in different timezones around the planet. You can imagine, diversity is one of the main topics in our team. Different cultures, and different languages. How to manage this? The story goes back from the beginning as a contributor and the work as Project Team Lead in the last cycle.

Translating things in OpenStack are not only human work. It gives an insight into the technology behind it and a fully automatic deployment.

What Should Attendees Expect to Learn?

Join the OpenStack community as a contributor in a simply way: as a Translator. This session shows how it works. It will introduce the team with their work and tools. You can learn to work in a global community and transfer the working methods to your local team. Read more…

Frank Kloeker
Technology Manager, Deutsche Telekom
16:00 - 16:45
Cluster management made doable

When it comes to managing a bunch of virtual servers like one resource, the market offers countless solutions like Heat, Senlin, Cloudify, Terraform etc. Yet, when faced with a challenge to pick one, that would suit our needs we found ourselves in quite a predicament. At DreamLab we are in charge of thousands of short-lived servers and we would like to manage clusters of servers in both our own infrastructure based on OpenStack as well as in the public cloud ecosystem where we use APIs. Our search for a scalable, plugin-oriented solution that allows for regular health checks, led us to create our own application that we’re releasing for the community to use.
In our presentation, we will go through available market solutions, our own choices and finally, we will show you tools that do the trick, so you can learn from it and manage your own servers efficiently, regardless of your IaaS.

Dominik Mostowiec
System Designer, DreamLab
Krzysztof Warunek
System Designer, DreamLab
16:45 - 17:30
The road to OpenStack at UK largest Academic private cloud system: University of Edinburgh

This presentation aims to talk about the UK’s largest academic private cloud in production: University of Edinburgh’s OpenStack system.

The biggest challenge we faced was to be able to provide the University’s researchers with a more flexible self-served computing services. The OpenStack-based private cloud solution proposed by Sardina Systems was operational within 8 weeks from commencement of design process.

In the presentation we plan to cover the following for our audience:
– the predefined constrains that came from the university’s side
– the solution we have proposed to the university, compasing all 3 phases of OpenStack: deploy, operate and upgrade
– the benefits of getting an OpenStack-based private cloud system in the academic sector Read more…

Dr Kenneth Tan
Sardina Systems
16:45 - 17:30
How to become OpenStack upstream developer – introduction and useful tips.

This presentation will bring you closer to the OpenStack community collaboration aspects.

As a core contributor to the neutron project I will give useful tips on how You can contribute to the OpenStack and what can be done to make code changes being approved and merged quickly.

Reshaping code is fun, but with support of useful tools it’s even greater joy, which you will learn during this talk from the OpenStack developer perspective. Read more…

Sławek Kapłoński
Senior software engineer, Red Hat
17:30
The end of the first day
17:30
The end of the first day
17:30
The end of the first day
17:30
The end of the first day
08:30 - 09:00
Morning coffee
08:30 - 09:00
Morning coffee
08:30 - 09:00
Morning coffee
09:00 - 09:45
OpenStack and the Rack Scale Design – Reconfigure your server’s hardware on the fly!

Intel Rack Scale design (RSD) is an industry blueprint of the concept known as _composable disaggregated infrastructure_. Unlike traditional servers, the RSD hardware resources like accelerators or network interfaces are not tightly tied to each server node. Instead, they are pooled together in the _resource pools_, and dynamically attached to the compute nodes when needed.

This presentation will introduce the audience to the Rack Scale Design and demonstrate the dynamic attachment of disaggregated resources to the node. Depending on the workload’s requirements, the PCIe Network Interface Card or the NVMe-over-Fabric volume will be attached to the compute node automatically – with no human intervention. Besides the demo, the presenter will show the implementation details and share the plans of upstreaming this integration. Read more…

Szymon Konefał
Cloud Software Engineer, Intel
09:00 - 09:45
World’s fastest production-ready software defined storage for Openstack

BlackStor is a DRBD-based Software Defined Storage (not just) for OpenStack, which was created and put into production by PROZETA working closely together with DRBD’s creators at LINBIT. Learn more about why to use SDS based on open-source technology which is backed by more than 10 years of development and over 250.000 successful installations. Read more…

Michal Nemec
PRO-ZETA
09:45 - 10:30
Custom OpenStack CI/CD – A commercialization story

Making OpenStack a commercial product is a big challenge. Each source code modification should be thoroughly tested and verified. OpenStack with such modifications should be continuously deployed in order to assure that the product is operational and fulfills all requirements. The challenge is even bigger when you have to maintain several EOL releases. This would not be possible without a reliable CI/CD system. In this presentation, the approach to building such CI/CD system will be presented. The talk will cover approach to commit verification, OpenStack packages building, creating release packages and testing them using tempest project on an automatically deployed commercial-grade OpenStack infrastructure. Full flow from single commit to final release will be discussed together with issues and challenges that the CI/CD developers face during their daily work. Read more…

Rafał Czubak
CI/CD and Release Engineer, Samsung R&D Institute Poland
09:45 - 11:15
Uruchamianie aplikacji w kontenerach z wykorzystaniem technologii Kubernetes i oprogramowania SUSE CaaS Platform (samodzielnie lub na SUSE OpenStack Cloud)

Plan warsztatów z SUSE CaaS Platform:

Konfiguracja głównego węzła zarządzającego – mastera
Zapoznanie się z interfejsem
Podłączenie kilku workerów (dostarczone jako OVA do zaimportowania)
Uruchomienie wcześniej przygotowanego obrazu z aplikacją
Upgrade obrazu do nowszej wersji – symulacja „błędu krytycznego” w celu zademonstrowania, jak używanie kontenerów skraca czy wręcz eliminuje „okienka serwisowe”. Read more…

Paweł Mirończuk
SUSE Senior Consultant
10:30 - 11:15
Going into inevitable – Cells v2

Many releases ago nova introduced cells as a way to scale an environment out. Primary idea behind this feature was to have multiple message queues and databases to distribute load a bit better. The feature was marked as an experimental and it never changed its state, as there was always tons of other work with higher priority. However, after many releases, the original nova flow was ‘redesigned’, so that Cells v2 are now the only way to deploy nova.

Going through the topic, I’ll start with a brief description of nova cells v1 to shed some light on the idea behind the feature. Then I will tell you what nova cells v2 brings, how it changes behavior of running OpenStack environment and potential pitfalls that one might find. Read more…

Paweł Koniszewski
Senior NFV Infrastracture Engineer, TelcoSystems
11:15 - 11:45
Coffee break
11:15 - 11:45
Coffee break
11:15 - 11:45
Coffee break
11:45 - 12:30
Kuryr-Kubernetes – Neutron networking for K8s

Kuryr-Kubernetes is an OpenStack ecosystem project that delivers OpenStack Neutron networking to Kubernetes pods and services. During this presentation we’ll talk about Kubernetes networking layer, its limitations and use cases where utilizing Kuryr for networking is beneficial. After the basics we’ll take a look under the Kuryr hood and learn how does it work to provide network to the pods. We’ll also discuss limitations that Kuryr still has, their causes and ideas to solve them in the upstream community. Read more…

Michał Dulko
Software engineer, Red Hat
12:30 - 13:15
Zainstalowałem Openstack! A może jeszcze testy?

Zbudowaliśmy chmurę prywatną w kolejnym regionie. I wtedy zaczęła się zabawa. W naszej prezentacji podzielmy się wiedzą na temat optymalnego wykorzystania narzędzia jakim jest IaC (Infrastructure as a Code) do budowy środowiska, ale naszą uwagę skupimy przede wszystkim na testach przeprowadzanych na wielu warstwach infrastruktury, już po instalacji.

Testowaliśmy na wiele sposobów, dlatego wyjdziemy od opowiedzenia więcej o rodzajach testów, narzędziach i metodologii które przyjęliśmy. Dowiecie się więcej o testach środowiska, kontrolerów i serwerów obliczeniowych, a także jak zabraliśmy się za testy pojemnościowe funkcjonalne i zniszczeniowe.

Testy pozwoliły nam nie tylko uzyskać informacje o miejscach, które mogły stać się źródłem dłuższej awarii, a co za tym idzie problemów. Wnioski które wyciągnęliśmy wymusiły zmiany w konfiguracji komponentów, a finalnie wpłynęły też na naszą architekturę, konfigurację sprzętową i procedury.

Piotr Pieprzycki
System engineer, DreamLab
Szymon Dziech
Senior Systems Administrator, DreamLab
14:00 - 14:30
Closing of the conference
14:00 - 14:30
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