Voting is open for presentations at the OpenStack Berlin Summit

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It seems like only yesterday that we were in Vancouver for the spring OpenStack Summit, enjoying the beautiful harbour and the amazing weather there. In just a few short months, the OpenStack community will descend en masse to the historic city of Berlin for the autumn Summit.

As always, everyone has the opportunity to vote on which of the submitted presentations will actually make it to the stage in Berlin, so it’s time for you to make your voice heard!

There are a lot of fantastic-sounding presentations that have been submitted, so it’ll be hard to make a choice, but to help you along here are some presentations that have been submitted by the SUSE team.

 

 

 

Leveraging Your OpenStack Troubleshooting Tool Box – Learning the Basics

Extending Your OpenStack Troubleshooting Tool Box – Digging deeper into network operations

Containers – deploying a container cluster in OpenStack

Ceph – Why is everyone using it?

Monasca Events

Introduction to Secure Coding Principles

Monasca + Swift: Sending all your Swift metrics Monasca’s way

Moving your OpenStack cloud from PostgreSQL to MariaDB

Dynamic SFC using Tacker and Opendaylight as networking backend driver

How to integrate your preferred SDN controller for NFV OpenStack using OpenStack-Ansible

OpenStack as the engine for Kubernetes driving Cloud Foundry

Open Source Ecosystem Evolution: OpenStack and Kubernetes models

Implementation Considerations for a Multi-Hypervisor Cloud

OpenStack: The Bridge Between SAP HANA Past, Present, and Future

Learning Ironic the Hard Way

Managing and Monitoring Ceph with the Ceph Manager Dashboard

Improve Performance and Security for Containers using Kuryr and Cilium

Reduce Your Log Noise Using Machine Learning

Building Tiny Personal OpenStack and Kubernetes Cloud

Simply visit the OpenStack site to view the presentations (there are over 740 of them, so make sure you give yourself plenty of time to browse them all!), and vote for the ones that tickle your fancy. Whether you’re interested in containers, IoT, machine learning, databases, Cloud Foundry or more, there is bound to be at least one talk that you’ll want to vote for. Voting is only open until Thursday, July 26 at 23:59 PM PDT / Friday, July 27 at 06:59 AM UTC, so get a move on – the clock is ticking!

While it’s too late to submit alternative ideas for Berlin, if there’s something that you’d like to see spoken about at an OpenStack Summit that you can’t see a submission for, tweet me at @mattjohns1 or leave a comment and I’ll see if we can put together a submission for the Spring 2019 Summit, or even to set up a webinar to cover it before then if there’s enough interest in the topic.

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Matthew Johns
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Matthew Johns

I 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.