TechDay Frankfurt, 26 September 2018
The OpenNebula Cloud TechDays are day-long educational and networking events to learn about OpenNebula. Join our technical experts from OpenNebula by OpenNebula Systems for a one-day, hands-on workshop on cloud installation and operation. You’ll get a comprehensive overview of OpenNebula and will be equipped with the skills to take this back to your company and implement right away.
LINBIT, the makers of DRBD®, has led the way in high-availability since 2001, and continues to be the OSS market leader for continuity solutions. DRBD is the global standard for mission critical systems. DRBD9 is in OpenNebula, so it integrates seamlessly with your Private Cloud Environment and runs on commodity hardware and virtualization platforms.
The TechDay will be held at
Eschborner Landstraße 100
60489 Frankfurt am Main
Call for Speakers
Send us an email at email@example.com if you are interested in speaking at this TechDay and:
- Sharing cloud use cases and deployment experiences
- Introducing new integrations and ecosystem developments
- Describing other related cloud open-source projects and tools
The number of seats is limited to ensure there is plenty of opportunity for everyone to interact. We encourage everyone to register as early as possible.
Agenda and Speakers
Agenda includes a hands-on cloud installation and operation tutorial, and presentations from OpenNebula community members and users.
9:15-9:30: Welcome Talk
|Tino Vázquez, OpenNebula Systems
VP of Engineering
9:30-12:30: Hands-on Tutorial
|Sergio Semedi, OpenNebula Systems
This hands-on tutorial will give an overview of how OpenNebula is used to build and operate private clouds. The attendees will build, configure and operate their own OpenNebula cloud.
- Configuration and basic usage
- An introduction to cloud computing with OpenNebula
- The architecture of the cloud
- Planning and installing OpenNebula
- Virtualization hosts management
- Basic datastore configuration
- Basic virtual network creation
- VM Template creation & instantiation
This is an interactive course, where the attendees operate on their own labs with a 3-node OpenNebula cloud, which are provided during the course. OpenNebula provides an abstraction layer on top of the infrastructure and technologies deployed in the datacenter. In order for the attendees to get the best understanding possible of OpenNebula as a whole, the labs used during the course make use of the most common open-source technologies that can be used to deploy an OpenNebula cloud. For example, the hypervisor technology used during the course will be KVM, shared file-system for storage, and regular linux bridges and linux firewall for networking. Other technologies supported by OpenNebula will be addressed and discussed as well.
The target audience is devops and system administrators interested in deploying a private cloud solution, or in the integration of OpenNebula with other platform.
- Describe the features and benefits of using virtualization and clouds
- Describe different architectures for a cloud that can be deployed with OpenNebula
- Deployment and basic configuration OpenNebula
- Basic operation of an OpenNebula cloud instance
No prior OpenNebula skills are required, but participants should have working knowledge of virtualization, networking and Unix/Linux systems.
The instructor will rely on a set of PDF documents that will be explained throughout the course. These documents will be made available to the attendees right at the very beginning of the course. Attendees need a laptop to connect to their hands-on labs.
13:30 – 14:30: LINSTOR – Resilient and performant open source SDS for OpenNebula
14:30 – 15:00: Considerations on Smart Cloud Implementations
15:00 – 15:30: Coffee Break
15:30 – 16:00: Migration as a path to Hybrid Cloud
16:00-16:30: Open Space
|This is a session for attendees to gather and discuss passionate questions, burning ideas, features, integrations or any topic of their choice, in an informal and tech-friendly environment, with other passionate and interested people.
There is no preplanned list of topics, only time slots and a space in one of the meeting rooms where interested participants propose topics and pick time slots.