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Thursday, May 21 • 5:00pm - 5:40pm
Providing OpenStack Service High-Availability Through Anycast Routing

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Service high-availability is a core concern for any operator running, or intending to run, a production OpenStack cluster. Current "best practices" call for the deployment of a full cluster stack (generally Corosync + Pacemaker) and / or load-balancers (generally HAProxy) to manage service state and failover. While this is appropriate for a subset of OpenStack services it unnecessarily adds complexity to many others.

 

In this discussion I'll help fellow operators exploit the hard work and knowledge of our

network engineering brethren by providing an overview of the 'anycast' routing methodology

and supporting components (e.g. BGP, OSPF, Quagga, etc.), and discussing it's implication on providing service high-availability in an OpenStack environment.

Speakers
avatar for Richard Raseley

Richard Raseley

SysOps Engineer, Puppet Labs
Richard is a member of the SysOps team at Puppet Labs with a focus on public and private-cloud technologies including AWS and OpenStack. Prior to joining Puppet Labs, Richard has served in a variety of architectural and operational roles at companies such as Concur Technologies (now part of SAP) and Microsoft. Richard hails from Portland, OR by way of Seattle, WA and (originally) Western Michigan. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 5:00pm - 5:40pm
Room 205/206/207

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