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Tuesday, September 17 • 11:45am - 12:35am
Private Cloud SLA - Greg Padgett, Red Hat

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Maintaining QoS in cloud computing requires host-level monitoring and policy enforcement. In order to be able to scale up large setups, a host-level agent is needed to supervise and dynamically handle the VMs resource consumption based on the SLA policy.  In this session we'll take oVirt as an example of private cloud with a need for SLA. We'll look into SLA challenges of the cloud, and then at MoM as a host-level enforcement agent. As an agent we'll review MoM's integration with VDSM and policies. Participants will be able to get insights cloud SLA challenges, ans some resolutions such as memory overcommitment in hypervisors.

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Greg Padgett

Software Engineer, Red Hat
Greg Padgett is a Software Engineer at Red Hat, where he works on the oVirt project, an open source virtualization management platform. He has contributed to a variety of areas, including storage, SLA, and a recent effort to integrate Cloud-Init and oVirt for easier virtual machine | provisioning. Prior to joining Red Hat, he was a team leader at a company specializing in backup software, and in his spare time enjoys working on various personal... Read More →


Tuesday September 17, 2013 11:45am - 12:35am
Strand 11A

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