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Monday, September 16 • 4:10pm - 5:00pm
Using OpenStack Heat Autoscaling - Steven Dake, Red Hat

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OpenStack Heat provides autoscaling functionality for dynamically growing and shrinking compute power to meet the needs of a scale-out web application. In this speaking session, a brief introduction to Heat is provided, an autoscaling implementation lifecycle is recommended, and some brief thoughts on future OpenStack Heat autoscaling direction are explained.

This presentation is suitable for engineers as well as technical managers with a desire to learn how OpenStack Heat can be used to autoscale web applications on OpenStack that want to see Heat in action. A basic understanding of OpenStack components in the Grizzly release of OpenStack is helpful but not required.

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Steven Dake

Principal Engineer, Cisco Systems, Inc.
At Cisco Systems, Inc., Steve is focused on bringing containers to OpenStack, both through using containers as an OpenStack deployment tool by serving as PTL for Kolla for Kilo and Liberty, as well as significantly contributing to the OpenStack Containers Project Magnum where Steve is a core developer and major architect of the system. | | Steve previously worked at Red Hat, Inc., where he originated and led the open source project... Read More →

Monday September 16, 2013 4:10pm - 5:00pm
Strand 11A

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