TechDay Madrid, 9 May 2017

The OpenNebula TechDays are full day events to learn about OpenNebula with a hands-on cloud installation and operation workshop, and presentations from community members and users. These events are targeted at cloud architects, data center admins, systems admins, systems integrators, DevOps architects, and solutions architect. The emphasis is to find local speakers and users to come together and talk about things that they care about most, and to share stories from their experiences using OpenNebula.

Local Organizer

Telefónica is a telecommunications company that is aware of the new challenges posed by today’s society. Telefónica has an innovative and attentive spirit with an immense technological potential that multiplies its 350 million clients in 21 countries the ability to choose. Telefónica is a publicly traded company with more than one and a half million shareholders, traded in several of the most important stock markets around the world.

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Location

The TechDay will be held at

Telefónica Flagship Store
Calle Gran Vía, 28
Madrid
Spain

Contact: alfonsoaurelio.carrilloaspiazu -at- telefonica.com

Call for Speakers

Send us an email at events@opennebula.org 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

Registration

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 will include a hands-on cloud installation and operation tutorial, and presentations from OpenNebula community members and users. Send us an email at events@opennebula.org if you are interested in speaking at this TechDay.

10:30 – 10:45: Welcome Coffee

10:45-14:00: Hands-on Tutorial

Jaime Melis, 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.

Contents

  • An introduction to cloud computing with OpenNebula
  • The architecture of the cloud
  • Planning and installing OpenNebula
  • Configuration and basic usage

Hands-ons Labs

Attendees will be grouped into groups of two people. Each group will receive a lab. Each lab consists of one OpenNebula frontend node and two hypervisors. It is important that every attendee is able to SSH (port 22 or port 443) to the machines. Each attendee should have his own laptop / machine, as this is a practical course with examples. The attendees will be the owners and administrators of their labs. They will be able to launch virtual machines, make configuration changes, debug problems, access the GUI and the CLI.

Audience

The target audience is devops and system administrators interested in deploying a private cloud solution, or in the integration of OpenNebula with other platform.

Skills Gained

  • 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

Prerequisites

No prior OpenNebula skills are required, but participants should have working knowledge of virtualization, networking and Unix/Linux systems.

Material

The workshop includes hands-on exercises to be performed using attendee’s wifi-enabled laptops with remote Virtual Machines installed. The attendees will configure and operate their own OpenNebula cloud.

14:00-15:15: Lunch

15:15 – 17:45: Workshop

15:15 – 15:45: OpenNebula in vCenter

Jaime Melis, OpenNebula Systems
OpenNebula provides a seamless integration with vCenter. In this session we will discuss how to add a Cloud-layer on top of your vCenter infrastructure. We will also discuss vOneCloud, a product based on OpenNebula to quickly deploy a Cloud in vCenter. Finally we will talk about what the future awaits for OpenNebula and VMware, things like Network and Storage managemente, StorageDRS, Linked clones, very fast monitoring and operation, and many many more things.

15:45 – 16:15: OpenNebula a key component of OnLife Networks

alfonso Alfonso Aurelio Carrillo Aspiazu, Chief Architect OnLife Networks, Telefónica S.A.
Telefónica Customer Centric Networks unit has an innovative design to provide edge computing capabilities in its access network, OpenNebula is a key component of OnLife Networks, in this presentation we will share how we are utilizing ONE to softwarize our network services.

16:15 – 16:45: The Science in the clouds. IAAS CSIC: present and future

Jacinto Vera & Angel L. Rodríguez, CSIC
In recent years, the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) has been evolving its IT architecture as part of a strategic plan defined by the SGAI (IT Executive Office) to provide the research groups with the resources required to meet the challenges of high processing capacity and transmission of large volumes of information that are generated by research projects. For this end, the Institution has provided a service delivery model based on the flexibility of OpenNebula that simplifies management while reducing time-to-production of its information systems.

16:45 – 17:15: : Automation strategy for the services provisioning

Ruben Saavedra & Roman Martin, IECISA
Automation strategy with Open Source solutions for the provisioning of complete and complex services in line with the evolution towards DEVOPS in a non-disruptive transformation process. Identification of the phases that are considered necessary in a process of evolution towards the maximum automation, allowing the coexistence between the different types of application and ending with the continuous delivery of applications in containers.

17:15 – 17:45: Open Space / Lightning Talks

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.