Recap : OpenContrail @ OpenStack Summit Tokyo
Last week, over 5,000 people have attended the OpenStack Summit at Tokyo. The event was a great success with the presence of many technology and business leaders both as speakers and audience. OpenContrail had a huge presence with 6 speaking sessions, 2 brown bag talks along with the OpenContrial User Group Meeting. If you missed the opportunity to attend the event in person, you came to the right place. All the sessions were recorded and posted by the OpenStack Summit organizers.
Check below for the videos related to OpenContrail sessions at the summit. The videos for OpenContrail User Group meeting are posted in this blog. You can watch similar videos about user talks, demos and presentations at the videos page.
Virtual Brown Bag Sessions
Open source approach to secure multi-tenancy via OpenStack in VMware clusters
In this brown bag session at OpenStack Summit, Aniket Daptari, Sr. Product manager from Juniper Networks talks about how OpenContrial helps in implementing secure multitenancy within VMWare clusters along with a customer use case.
Open source secure multi-tenancy in containerized and hybrid environments
In this brown bag session, Aniket Daptari, Sr. Product manager from Juniper Networks covers what modern cloud applications leveraging micro-services architecture look like, and what are the infrastructure needs they impose.
Main Conference Speaking Sessions
Extending OpenStack Heat to Orchestrate Security Policies and Network Function Service Chains
Some Neutron plugins like OpenContrail not only implement the APIs specified by Neutron but also extend the API set to provide additional functionality. Some examples include the ability to specify security policies and the ability to define sequences of network functions to be applied to selected tenant traffic. This session highlights some of these functionalities.
Software-Defined WAN Implementation to Optimize Enterprise Branch Networking
Connecting an Enterprise Branch to the Enterprise Headquarters and Data Center in a seamless way, with centralized provisioning and monitoring, is something that all Telcos desire to accomplish for their enterprise customers in the immediate term. Check out the video for more info.
Apply, Rinse, Repeat. (re)Build OpenStack Ready Infrastructure Like a Pro [Crowbar + Contrail]
The work of running OpenStack has been getting easier; unfortunately, it’s still just as hard to operate the underlying physical data center. In this presentation, we’re going to talk about how to use open source tools build a consistent and repeatable underlay for your OpenStack infrastructure using OpenCrowbar and OpenContrail.
SaaS Experience: Building OpenStack on OpenStack CI With SDN and Containers
Workday as a SaaS leader in human resources management and finances has faced a number of challenges in adopting and deploying open-source technologies such as OpenStack and OpenContrail. One of these challenges was to find a quick way to evaluate and validate Open source technologies in development environment before considering those for production.
Gohan: An Open-source Service Development Engine for SDN/NFV Orchestration
Gohan is an API server for XaaS Services. Using gohan webui front-end, you can define new XaaS API on the fly. Resource status will be synced with agents, who will realize XaaS service, using etcd.
Decomposing Lithium’s Monolith With Kubernetes and OpenStack
Application developers are rapidly moving to container-based models for dynamic service delivery and efficient cluster management. In this session, we will discuss a OpenStack production environment that is rapidly evolving to leverage a hybrid cloud platform to deliver containerized micro services in a SaaS Development/Continuous Integration environment.
Containers Are Hot, but How Do They Network?
While containers have been around for decades, they are only now becoming the rage for developers and DevOps practitioners alike. Indeed, they have seen a sudden surge in popularity and are rapidly becoming the standard for developing, packaging and deploying applications.