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Stress-free open infrastructure the SUSE way


This week, the SUSE Spa is visiting Denver, helping attendees of the Open Infrastructure Summit to reduce their stresses around open infrastructure. Whether you’re looking to implement a software-defined storage solution to give you easily scalable, cost-effective storage that can grow with you and utilise commodity hardware, or if you’re looking for a container management system as you’re moving towards containerising your applications, SUSE can help.

Enter the chameleon

Software-defined infrastructure is a big step for many businesses. Some have already taken their first steps, others have completed their journey, but for many, it remains a mountain yet to climb. That’s where SUSE comes in – we’ve been making open source easier for businesses for over 25 years now. We started with Linux, and have since expanded to include Ceph for software-defined storage, OpenStack for software-defined infrastructure, Kubernetes for container management and Cloud Foundry for application delivery. You can choose to consume our products within your own data centre, and many are also available on public clouds around the world.

We have a number of sessions running the rest of the week, so stay inside away from the wintry weather that Denver has seen fit to bless us with, learn, network, collaborate without borders and even enjoy a free massage at the SUSE booth.

Tuesday 30th April

9am – 10:30amScaling should be easy and automatic: Heat and Monasca – Sumit Jamgade, Witek Bedyk, Joseph Davis – Meeting Room Level – 4D

10:50am – 11:10amMonasca – Project Update – Witek Bedyk – Meeting Room Level 405

1:40pm – 2:20pmWorking backwards: Using upstream content downstream – Alexandra Settle – Meeting Room Level – 403/404

1:40pm – 3:20pmIs troubleshooting OpenvSwitch and its flows a nightmare? Let’s make it simple – Swaminathan Vasudevan and Hardik Italia – Meeting Room Level – 4D

2:30pm – 3:10pm – Monasca – Project Onboarding – Witek Bedyk – Meeting Room Level 406

2:35pm – 2:55pmOpenStack QA – Project Update – Masayuki Igawa, Ghanshyam Mann (NEC) – Meeting Room Level – 405

3:20pm – 4:00pmWorking with Documentation, The OpenStack Way – Alexandra Settle & Stephen Finucane (Red Hat) – Meeting Room Level – 401/402

5:10pm – 5:30pm Keystone – Project Update – Colleen Murphy – Meeting Room Level – 405

Wednesday 1st May

9:00am – 9:40amOpenStack QA – Project Onboarding – Masayuki Igawa, Ghanshyam Mann (NEC) – Meeting Room Level – 406

11:40am – 12:20pmBridging Cloud with Keystone to Keystone Federation – Colleen Murphy & Vishakha Garwal (NEC) – Meeting Room Level – 501/502

12:00pm – 12:20pmIntegrating IaaS with the Enterprise – Preparing for the SDN/IBN World – Mark Darnell, T.R. Bosworth – Demo Marketplace Theatre

1:40pm – 2:20pmKeystone – Project Onboarding – Colleen Murphy – Meeting Room Level – 405

1:40pm – 3:10pmOpenStack Troubleshooting ToolBox – Climbing the version upgrade peak – Keith Berger, Nicolas Bock

3:25pm – 3:45pmrpm-packaging – Project Update – Colleen Murphy – Meeting Room Level – 405

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Matthew JohnsI have over 20 years' experience in the IT, cloud and hosting industry gained in a variety of roles spanning project management to product release and product marketing. I’m responsible for product marketing for SUSE OpenStack Cloud, and have been working with OpenStack since it was released in 2010. Outside of work, I enjoy running, cycling, great beer (craft, cask, keg - call it what you like as long as it tastes good), spending time with my family, playing the piano and charity fundraising – I’ve been supporting the Movember Foundation since 2006, and have run multiple races, climbed mountains and cycled around the UK for many charities over the years.