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OpenStack Summit May 2015 Vancouver has ended
Thursday, May 21 • 11:50am - 12:30pm
Bare Metal Hadoop and OpenStack: Together at Last!

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OpenStack components have finally matured to the point where we can build Big Data projects under one framework.

This session will exlore the foundational elements needed to deploy meaningful, long lived Hadoop clusters on bare metal via OpenStack APIs.  In the past, Hadoop use cases were largely limited to deployments on virtual machines. With the introduction of OpenStack Data Processing (Sahara) and OpenStack (Ironic) we can begin to explore having the best of both worlds.

Speakers
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Keith Basil

Principal Product Manager, OpenStack, Red Hat
Keith Basil is focused on Red Hat’s OpenStack product management and development with focus OpenStack deployment and management at scale. Prior to Red Hat, Basil provided cloud architecture direction in support of sales, marketing, and partner activities for an OpenStack start-up... Read More →
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Henrik Blixt

Hewlett Packard
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Dave Eason

Director of Sales Engineering, Cloudera
Director of Sales Engineering - NA West, Cloudera
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Ethan Gafford

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat, Inc., Red Hat
I'm a lifelong programming hobbyist and open source enthusiast who found my way back to software after starting my career as a Registered Nurse (I originally hoped to segue back into medical software, but fell in love with pure tech.) My background is overwhelmingly centered around... Read More →
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Sergey Lukjanov

Senior Development Manager, Mirantis, Mirantis
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Jim Rollenhagen

Software Developer
Jim Rollenhagen has been working with OpenStack since early 2014,  when he joined the Ironic project and helped found the  Ironic-Python-Agent project. He continues to work primarily on the  Ironic project where he is a core reviewer, but also dabbling in Nova  and Neutron. In... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 11:50am - 12:30pm
Room 121/122

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