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Monday, May 18 • 2:50pm - 3:30pm
Enhancing OpenStack Projects with Advanced SLA and Scheduling

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Expressing (implicitly or explicitly) a rich set of computational requirements when starting an instance is a key factor to the success of enterprise-grade deployments that require high-profile resources. Making sure such Service Level Agreements for Quality of Service requirements can be met either now or in the future is critical to this success.


In this talk, we will cover the existing possibilities that OpenStack uses to specify a specific set of computational resources. We will examine how to influence the placement decision by going under the hood of the existing Nova scheduler. We will discuss some issues with the current design and present current efforts for splitting the Nova scheduler into a separate project called Gantt. Finally, we will address how other OpenStack projects, like Cinder and Neutron, can take advantage of a common scheduler.

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avatar for Sylvain Bauza

Sylvain Bauza

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Sylvain came to OpenStack in 2012 with Diablo when he was acting as an Operations manager responsible for deploying a private cloud platform for a SME company where it was used for QA and development purposes. Later on, he changed to a full software engineering position as an ATC for a Stackforge project called Blazar where he implemented reservations as a service in OpenStack and consequently had to interact with Nova and Keystone. He's now a... Read More →


Monday May 18, 2015 2:50pm - 3:30pm
Room 121/122

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