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At this year's OpenStack Summit in Austin, Rackspace expanded the conference by bringing additional opportunities to hear tech talks and converse with Rackspace OpenStack experts.
All of the videos are available on YouTube as a playlist, and I will embed each individual talk below.
Hear how Rackspace deploys and operates OpenStack clouds in order to meet these requirements; all backed by a 99.99% uptime SLA.
Everett Toews talks Carina and Docker Swarm. Swarm is Docker’s answer to clustering by treating a group of Docker hosts as a single host. It uses the native Docker API so you can use the whole ecosystem of Docker tooling with it.
New stuff in Kubernetes that makes it easier to deploy “real stuff”(lots of feature micro-demos). Deeper dive on resource isolation, Borg’s history, where kube is, and where we want to go.
Lee Calcote covers the pros and cons of Docker Swarm, Kubernetes, and Mesos.
ROSS KUKULINSKI talks about using the Rackspace Carina Beta in production.
Enterprises require reliable, highly available, and scalable infrastructure that meets rigorous service level requirements. OpenStack has limitless potential, but deploying and operating an OpenStack private cloud is very complex and time consuming.
The OpenStack Innovation Center (OSIC), established by Intel and Rackspace, is designed to accelerate enterprise adoption of the world’s leading open source cloud operating system while supporting open source principles.
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