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Monday, May 12 • 11:15am - 11:55am
Introduction to OpenStack Orchestration

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Introduction to OpenStack Orchestration
Speakers: Steven Hardy & Zane Bitter
In this session you will learn how the Orchestration capabilities of OpenStack, provided by the Heat project, can help make the deployment and management of your cloud workloads simpler and more robust by allowing you to represent infrastructure as code.
If you have requirements related to orchestrating applications on OpenStack clouds, this session will help you understand what Heat is, an overview of how to use it, key terminology, template language concepts, and details of the current and planned features.
Included in this session will be information about the new HOT DSL, providers/environments abstractions, and latest software-configuration capabilities for Icehouse. Finally you will see a demo of Heat in action!
(Speaker Info - Steven Hardy and Zane Bitter are both core developers on the Heat project, and have been active contributors since the project was started)

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Zane Bitter

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
I am one of the original developers, a former PTL and a core contributor of the Heat project.
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Steven Hardy

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Steven Hardy is a Principal Software Engineer working for Red Hat, primarily involved with OpenStack deployment and orchestration. Steven was one of the founders of the OpenStack Heat project, and is currently a core reviewer and regular contributor to both the Heat orchestration and TripleO deployment projects. Steven presents talks regularly on topics related to OpenStack, including at the OpenStack summit and various OpenStack events and... Read More →

Monday May 12, 2014 11:15am - 11:55am
Room B102

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