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Tuesday, May 19 • 11:15am - 11:55am
Neutron Hierarchical Port Binding: What is it? And why you should deploy it.

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The Neutron team was busy during the Kilo cycle adding many enhancements to the the latest release.  In this session, we’ll dive into the new Hierarchical Port Binding feature and why deployers will want to enable it.  The session will start with a look at traditional pre-Kilo architectures using VLAN, GRE and VXLAN and cover the inefficiencies present in the deployments.  We’ll then walk through the basics of hierarchical port binding and how current architectures will benefit.  This session will include a demonstration of hierarchical port binding that combines open components of Linux, Neutron and switches supporting ONIE from the Open Compute Project. We’ll close with a survey how this architecture compares with other open source deployment options for Neutron.

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Nolan Leake

Co-Founder and CTO at Cumulus Networks, Nuviso
Nolan is the co-founder and CTO of Cumulus Networks. Prior to Cumulus, he founded a distributed storage start-up called Tile Networks. His work there led him to realize how unsuitable existing networking equipment is for the data-center of the future (which Cumulus Networks aims to rectify). Prior to that, he had a research role at Nuova Systems, and a technical leadership role at cluster-virtualization pioneer 3Leaf Systems. He did early work on... Read More →
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Mark McClain

CTO at Akanda
Mark McClain is the Chief Technical Officer of Akanda Inc, a member of the OpenStack Technical Committee and a core reviewer for several OpenStack teams.  Mark was the Program Technical Lead for the OpenStack Networking during the Havana and Icehouse cycles. In addition to his technical work, Mark is co-organizer of the Atlanta OpenStack Meetup group and frequent speaker on OpenStack Networking. Formerly of DreamHost and... Read More →


Tuesday May 19, 2015 11:15am - 11:55am
Room 118/119/120

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