It may feel like summer is still in full swing, but before you know it, we’ll be facing those shorter days that autumn (or fall, depending on your geographic location and/or linguistic preference) brings. To brighten up these shorter days, many in the open source community will be looking forward to the Open Infrastructure Summit (sometimes shortened to OIS) in Shanghai. The first of these summits to be held in mainland China, this is an exciting event as it will bring together some of the finest minds in open source from around the world in one location.
Shanghai Surprise (or not)
It probably won’t come as a surprise that there are a wide variety of topics being covered in the sessions at the summit. With topics as diverse as hyper-converged infrastructure at the edge, to using encryption to secure your cloud, to machine learning, 5G technologies, Ceph storage orchestration with Rook, distributed cloud, SDN, NFV, Kubernetes, CI/CD and much more, there really is something for (almost) everyone.
SUSE Sessions in Shanghai
While this is just a small selection of all of the sessions that will be available at the Summit, be sure to come along to some of the SUSE sessions to hear some of our team share their expertise:
Monday 4th November
10:50am – 11:30am – Transitioning your Cloud Monitoring from Ceilometer to Monasca – Witek Bedyk & Joseph Davis
1:50pm – 2:00pm – Reinventing Access Control: Access Rules in OpenStack Keystone – Colleen Murphy
2:05pm – 2:15pm – Leveraging OpenStack IaaS to run a Cloud CI/CD pipeline – Stefan Nica & Rick Salevsky
Tuesday 5th November
3:20pm – 4:00pm – Efficient Monitoring and Root Cause Analysis in Complex Systems – Adam Spiers, Witek Bedyk and Eyal Bar-Ilan (Nokia Networks)
4:20pm – 5:50pm – OpenStack Troubleshooting Tool Box – Walking the Great Wall of Containers – Keith Berger & Nicolas Bock
Wednesday 6th November
9:00am – 9:40am – How Airship is helping transform customer clouds – Simon Briggs & Derek So
If you’re in Shanghai for the Summit, then it’s the ideal place to learn more about all things open source and to pick the brains of experts from around the world. If you’d like to learn more about SUSE’s open, open source philosophy, then visit SUSE.com.