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Thursday, May 15 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Hands-On Heat Tutorial / Turning Up The Heat (Combined)

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Hands-On Heat Tutorial
OpenStack Heat provides a framework for predefining a structured service, and allows you instantiate that service in an automated manner. This hands-on lab will walk the participants through the process of creating a Heat template file for a multi-tiered web application that will include multiple image templates, custom networking, and volume storage. It will also cover how to setup the template to accept parameters to allow for on-the-fly customization.
*Note* - You will need to bring your own laptop if you wish to participate in the lab

OpenStack Heat provides a framework for predefining a structured service, and allows you instantiate that service in an automated manner. This hands-on lab will walk the participants through the process of creating a Heat template file for a multi-tiered web application that will include multiple image templates, custom networking, and volume storage. It will also cover how to setup the template to accept parameters to allow for on-the-fly customization.
Note - You will need to bring your own laptop if you wish to participate in the lab
Speakers

Jason Grimm

Cloud Architect, Rackspace
I'm a 41 year old husband and father of 7 (yes, 7 children). | | A native of downtown Atlanta, GA but have made the move from townie to farmer this year and now live about an hour north of the city having fun adding heritage skillsets to my resume. I'm an avid reader, wannabe film critic, and indie music enthusiast; collector and restorer of antique guns; occasional gamer (a.k.a. bonding time with the kids); and always up for something new and interesting. | | I've had a longish and...
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Cameron Seader

Systems Engineer, SUSE
Cameron is currently a Sr. Data Center Strategist with an emphasis on Enterprise Cloud Computing environments; has a diverse background that includes technical sales, solutions architecture, consulting, and engineering. With over a decade of experience at companies such as Hewlett Packard, Micron, Interland (now Web.com) and Idaho Power, he excels in specific areas of data center design, specializing in system solutions on mainframes to high performance clusters. Cameron has also authored and...
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Thursday May 15, 2014 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room B312

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