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The shift from managing boxes to managing services means learning a whole new set of skills. Bridge the differences and explore the opportunities with our cloud track.

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Cloud | Databases & Datastores
Portland 255
Tutorial Please note: to attend, your registration must include Tutorials.
Erik Rose (Mozilla), Laura Thomson (Mozilla Corporation)
Average rating: ****.
(4.30, 27 ratings)
Elasticsearch provides a powerful combination of clustered full-text search, synonyms, faceting, and geographic math, but there's a big gap between its documentation and real life. We'll tell hard-won war stories, work through hands-on examples, and show what happens behind the scenes, leaving you equipped to get the best use out of Elasticseach in your projects. Read more.
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Portland 256
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Egle Sigler (Rackspace), Cody Bunch (Rackspace)
Average rating: ***..
(3.46, 13 ratings)
Curious about OpenStack, but don't know where to start? In this hands on tutorial we will walk you through the basics of OpenStack, the OpenSource cloud computing platform that is used to build private and public clouds. Read more.
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Cloud | Tools & Techniques
D136
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Connor Doyle (Mesosphere, Inc.), Niklas Nielsen (Mesosphere, Inc.), Adam Bordelon (Mesosphere, Inc.)
Average rating: ***..
(3.67, 6 ratings)
The shift to the cloud is old news. Unfortunately, the pain of developing distributed architectures is not. Apache Mesos handles the hard parts of building distributed systems and lets developers focus on what makes their application special. In this workshop, we will illustrate how to write applications on Mesos by walking through the implementation of an example framework. Read more.
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Cloud | Operations & System Administration
Portland 251
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Justin Ryan (Netflix)
Average rating: ****.
(4.12, 8 ratings)
We want you to leave OSCON with a working cloud account, including supporting infrastructure that Amazon DOESN’T provide but that will make your cloud life way more manageable! Once your account is bootstrapped with Asgard and Aminator, we’ll be baking some of the myriad of @NetflixOSS apps. This tutorial will be meaningful for anyone getting started with or currently using AWS. Read more.
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F 150
Sarah Novotny (NGINX)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 1 rating)
Sarah Novotny, OSCON Program Chair, technical evangelist and community manager for NGINX will kick off Open Cloud Day. Read more.
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F 150
Steven Pousty (Red Hat)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
Whether you have one or a million visitors accessing your web app, they are all going to demand a great user experience regardless of what it takes for you to deliver it. This invariably means quick page loads and fast response times every single time.I am about different ways to start scaling your application with the new 'Cloud' technology. Read more.
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F 150
David Nalley (Apache CloudStack (incubating))
Clouds - they started as nice tools, became a favorite of startups and Web 2.0 companies. But the enterprise, why hasn't cloud computing dominated in the enterprise already? Well, it's complicated... Read more.
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F 150
Chris Launey (The Walt Disney Company)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 1 rating)
Working to help reboot the delivery and consumption of technology services within the Walt Disney Company, we've built a cloud service offering and integration platform on open source technologies like OpenStack with the goal of providing ways to host any application - whether modern and cloud ready or on software development hospice care. Read more.
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F 150
Cody Herriges (Puppet Labs)
Average rating: **...
(2.00, 1 rating)
The success of development and deployment of anything is often unrelated to the technical superiority of a cloud platform but a product of what the platform enables you to do. We need robust but more importantly enjoyable to use APIs at every stage in an application's lifecycle. Read more.
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F 150
Rob Hirschfeld (Dell, Inc.)
Discuss how OpenStack works towards an interoperable open IaaS using a process we call DefCore. We'll review how we're creating a process that is open, collaborative, technically relevant and principles driven. Read more.
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F 150
Caroline McCrory (Gigaom Research)
This talk will cover the interactions and influences that people and communities have over open source software and with one another. Special attention will be given to many of the hot technologies being used in and for Open Cloud technologies. Read more.
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F 150
Andrew Clay Shafer (Pivotal)
'The Cloud' was built on Open Source. In no way does anything resembling IaaS 'cloud' exist without the foundation of freely available open source operating systems and virtualization, but what does 'Open' mean to the user of a service? Does it matter if the code behind a service is open? How would one even know? Do other aspects and definitions of openness become more important than source code? Read more.
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F 150
Thierry Carrez (OpenStack)
The last OpenStack release was the result of the combined work of more than 1200 contributors. How can all those people be coordinated and deliver results on schedule, with no classic management structure ? Read more.
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F 150
Tyler Fitch (CHEF)
Moving applications from a traditional data center to a cloud provides immediate and real advantages in the way services are delivered to customers. What if you could also easily move from one cloud to another? Read more.
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F 150
Alan Sill (Texas Tech University)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 1 rating)
In the range of API and protocol development from free-form to totally static, there is room in open clouds for patterns that allow both for dynamic discovery and predictable reuse. This talk highlights open cloud standards-based methods that have stood up to testing in the National Science Foundation's Cloud and Autonomic Computing Center Standards Testing Lab under real-world conditions. Read more.
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F 150
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 2 ratings)
The talk will present a quantitative analysis of the projects producing the main free, open source software cloud platforms: OpenStack, Apache CloudStack, OpenNebula and Eucalyptus. The analysis will focus on the communities behind those projects, their main development parameters, and the trends that can be observed. Read more.
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F 150
John Willis (Stateless Networks)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 3 ratings)
When designing and building a private cloud often times the network is not treated as a first class citizen and even sometimes dealt with as an after thought. This presentation will look at the process of building a cloud from the network view. We will look at some best practices for configuring servers and switches in a rack as the basis for the cloud deployment and on going management. Read more.
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F 150
Joe Brockmeier (Red Hat)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 1 rating)
For this presentation, we'll take a look at the current state of Docker containers, what they're useful for, and where it's going. Read more.
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Andrei Alexandrescu (Facebook)
Average rating: ***..
(3.75, 4 ratings)
This talk will explore the 'move fast' side of Facebook’s software engineering culture: development process, organizational structure, and the vast amounts of tooling we create and use to make sure we don’t screw up. We’ll also dig into how we 'ship things': release process, A/B testing, gate keepers, test infrastructure, and more. Read more.
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F150
Alvaro Videla (RabbitMQ), Michael Laing (New York Times)
Average rating: ***..
(3.67, 3 ratings)
Learn about the 'nyt⨍aбrik' platform which sits behind The New York Times website. Learn how it scales across many continents and AWS availability zones using RabbitMQ as the backbone of communication for exchanging messages in near real-time. nyt⨍aбrik is built on open-source and most of it will be open sourced. Read more.
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F150
Yazz Atlas (Hewlett-Packard)
OpenStack is an open source implementation of cloud computing, potentially at very large scale. However, it has many moving parts and is complex to operate. SaltStack appears to provide scalable and secure orchestration for OpenStack. Read more.
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F150
Mark McLoughlin (Red Hat), Thierry Carrez (OpenStack)
Mark McLoughlin and Monty Taylor - both members of the OpenStack Technical Committee and Foundation Board - gives their perspectives on how OpenStack caters to two distinct audiences with its time-based release process and its support for continuous deployment. They will also talk to this a case study for how DevOps is influencing the way open-source projects are managed and consumed. Read more.
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F150
Mike Amundsen (Layer 7 Technologies)
With the rise of cloud-based services and Web APIs, it may be time to re-visit Raymond's 19 'lessons' from his book 'The Cathedral and the Bazaar' to see how they can be applied (and/or modified) to fit a world where much of the software we use is no longer installed locally and is often kept out of reach from most developers and users. Read more.
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F150
Yoav Landman (JFrog)
In this talk, we'll go into excruciating technical detail about building a greenfield, massively scalable cloud service. Along the path to constructing a scalable cloud service, there are many options and critical decisions to take, and we'll share our choices that brought both success and frustrations. Read more.
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F150
Francisco Souza (Globo.com)
Tsuru is an open source, component oriented PaaS. It allows developers to focus on writing, testing and deploying applications in an easier way, without worrying how they get deployed in a server. Its key features include easy extensibility, a fully open source stack and graceful handling of failures. This talk aims to introduce Tsuru and its components, showing how they work together. Read more.
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Portland 251
Daniel Jacobson (Netflix)
Operating a massive-scale system, such as the Netflix API, is no trivial task. It supports over 44M members in 40+ countries and sees billions of requests a day. Along the way, there have been many mistakes, yet it is still at the center of the Netflix streaming ecosystem. In this session, I will go into detail on the top ten lessons learned in operating this complex and critical system. Read more.
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F150
Mark Powell (Jet Propulsion Laboratory/NASA)
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory has been busy lately open sourcing its software, such as mobile apps for viewing the latest Mars images, communicating between robots, and sharing scientific analysis software in using app containers and cloud computing. Come and listen to stories and anecdotes about working on NASA projects and our journey into open source. Read more.
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F150
Carl Quinn (Riot Games)
The Netflix OSS Cloud stack is clearly a great set of components for building a cloud infrastructure and platform—if you are Netflix. But how does that architecture work for other businesses? Learn how at Riot we leveraged Netflix OSS cloud tools and platform components to create an infrastructure for our global game platform—maybe it can work for you too. Read more.
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Adam Bordelon (Mesosphere, Inc.), Niklas Nielsen (Mesosphere, Inc.)
Apache Mesos is a cluster manager that provides efficient resource isolation and sharing across distributed applications. Mesos is not only a resource scheduler but also a library for rapidly developing scalable and fault-tolerant distributed systems. This talk will take the audience through the key aspects contributing to the growing adoption of Mesos in companies with large-scale data centers. Read more.
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F150
Mike Amundsen (Layer 7 Technologies)
Sometimes your API is meant for a small group and will live for only a short time. Other times, your aim is to create an interface that will have wide appeal and should last years into the future. This talk shows you how to create and maintain an API that it can be both stable and vital well into the future. Read more.
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F150
Tim Bell (CERN)
As part of a large-scale adoption of cloud computing to support the increasing computing needs of the Large Hadron Collider processing over 35 PB/year, the infrastructure of CERN IT is undergoing major changes in both technology and culture. This session will describe the steps taken, the challenges encountered and our outlook for the future. Read more.
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E146
Raghavan Srinivas (Independent)
There are a number of interrelated concepts which make the understanding and implementation of HA complex. The potential for not implementing HA correctly would be disastrous. This session will use demos to reinforce the concepts and how to connect the dots using OpenStack infrastructure as an example although the lessons learned can be used for implementing HA in general. Read more.
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F150
Anil Madhavapeddy (University of Cambridge), Richard Mortier (University of Nottingham)
If you want to run your own Internet node, it requires gluing together an awful lot of software, and maintaining it. We'll show you a fresh approach: use the Mirage operating system to easily compile the protocols you need (DNS, HTTP, XMPP and IMAP) for your Internet presence into a type-safe unikernel, and deploy the whole thing using just Travis CI and Git directly on the cloud or on ARM. Read more.
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F150
Ed Leafe (Rackspace)
Taking a complex API and wrapping it to create a coherent SDK for a programming language is a huge undertaking, and even harder when it has to be done by a single developer. I created pyrax, the Python SDK for OpenStack, at the request of my company. It has been a success, but it didn't come easy. In this talk I'll share some of the many lessons learned, both technical and political. Read more.