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Thursday, November 14 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Open Source Cloud - Part 2

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03:45: Compass: Yet Another Deployment System or An Networking Gear Company’s Embrace to OpenStack Community?, Shuo YANG, Huawei
Abstract: There is no lack of deployment software in the OpenStack market, and each one of them provides great value from different perspective and scenario. These deployment solutions did a great job on software deployment layer based upon OS provisioning tools like Cobbler and configuration management tools like Puppet/Chef, but they generally do not go deep down to networking and server hardware level configuration, which is a key step for large scale OpenStack solution.  As part of a networking company and a server vendor, Huawei Cloud team are developing Compass, a system not only for OpenStack software deployment, but also for fully automated hardware level server and networking gear configuration. Our system automates hardware resource discovery, hardware configuration (e.g., hardware RAID configuration, switch configuration), topology-aware OpenStack
service deployment and etc. Therefore, end users have a streamlined OpenStack deployment experience with Compass. We are using Compass for deploying OpenStack cloud in several deployments and got very constructive feedback for us to make more robust and open deployment solution. We plan to open source our project. One major goal we have in designing the system is to achieve true openness at hardware level, so that other hardware vendors can write plug-in toward their special server designs. Just
like OpenStack’s openness makes it a valuable game-changing cloud solution, we hope we can work with other hardware vendors to make OpenStack universally available on various hardware platforms in a
streamlined fashion.

04:00: OW2 programming contest, feedback and future evolutions, Xiaolong Kong, OW2

04:15: Opencloudware, a Paas management stack over multiple clouds, Daniel Stern, Orange
Abstract: The main way to “go cloud” has proved to be, for security and economic reasons, hybrid : mixing private with public. Moving to Cloud PaaS is then requires to: manage the lifecycle of applications over different cloud providers; mask the heterogeneity; automate the deployment whatever the application technology and execution environment are, etc. This is what tackles OpenCloudware, which aims at enabling flexible multi-cloud applications thanks to a full automated think-build-run chain. 

In the paper we present a sample from OpenCloudware results demonstrating in particular a complete mechanism, comprising: application selection, deployment, benchmarking.

 

04:30: The French Nu@ge project approach to hybrid clouds, Pascal Gallard, Non Stop Systems, Nu@ge Technical Leader 

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Pascal Gallard

CTO, Non Stop Systems
Non Stop Systems CTO and Nu@ge Project Technical Leader. 
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Xiaolong Kong

CTO, OW2
Xiaolong Kong works at France Telecom-Orange Group, is the CTO of OW2 since May 2013. He started as software developer and has worked to build billing systems and Java EE Web sites, managed innovation projects before being focused on Cloud technologies since 2007 as a team leader at Orange Labs.
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Daniel Stern

Research Scientist, Orange Labs
Daniel Stern has been working in the Research and Development at Orange for more than 20 years in different technical fields. After a PhD in applied mathematics in 1987 from UPMC (Paris) he started to work at the French Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) as a statistician in the social sciences. Then he joined the Orange R&D, working first in the area of statistics, then in the area of network traffic models where he led a research team... Read More →
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Shuo YANG

Shuo YANG, Ph.D, Chief Architect of Cloud Services, IT Product Line, Huawei
Shuo joined Huawei USA, Santa Clara since 2010. He has been working | on building Hadoop, Spark based BigData infrastructure solutions, | andsince 2012 he has been leading Huawei’s effort on OpenStack | contributions, products and services based on OpenStack. Before | joining Huawei USA, he has worked in Google, Mountain View, focusing | on Google’s infrastructure R&D since 2006. He obtained his PhD | degree from Purdue... Read More →


Thursday November 14, 2013 3:45pm - 4:45pm
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

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