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Join SUSE in Atlanta for May’s OpenStack Summit

Douglas Jarvis

By: Douglas Jarvis

March 31, 2014 1:12 pm

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openstack-summit-logoFrom May 12th-16th the world of OpenStack comes to Atlanta for the OpenStack Summit. The Summit is a unique combination of tradeshow, training, and developer planning for this fall’s release of OpenStack Juno. So, whether you are a long-time OpenStack user or a novice just trying to learn what OpenStack is all about this is the place for you. And SUSE will be right in the middle of the action with presentations, demonstrations, gifts, prizes and engineers pushing the OpenStack project forward.

SUSE employees will be presenting three sessions at the Summit providing a taste of some of the key capabilities of our most recent enterprise-ready OpenStack distribution – SUSE Cloud 3. So please join us for these sessions:

Session 1:  Deploying OpenStack in a Multi-Hypervisor Enterprise Environment

Presenter: Rick Ashford

Time: Wednesday, May 14th, 11:00AM-11:40AM

Key Learning: Learn how to deploy mixed hypervisor cloud environments using KVM, Xen, Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware vSphere

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Session 2:  Hands-On Heat Tutorial/Turning Up the Heat

Presenters: Rick Ashford, Cameron Seader and Jason Grimm (Rackspace)

Time: Thursday, May 15th, 11:00AM-12:30PM

Key Learning: How to set-up and get the most out of the Heat module for OpenStack

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Session 3:  Automated Deployment of a Highly Available OpenStack Cloud

Presenters: Adam Spiers and Florian Haas (hastexo)

Time: Thursday, May 15th, 1:30PM-3:00PM

Key Learning: Setting-up a reliable OpenStack cloud infrastructure without the manual work

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If you want to see a demo of SUSE Cloud, talk to other OpenStack experts from SUSE, or just get some cool SUSE chameleon gear and learn how you can win prizes, during the week, stop by the SUSE booth at D11. We look forward to seeing you at the Summit!

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