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Wednesday, May 20 • 5:20pm - 6:00pm
How to rapidly migrate virtualized enterprise workloads to an Openstack cloud environment

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In this session, Cisco IT will share their experience on deploying multiple enterprise applications on an OpenStack private cloud implementation.  We will discuss the process we followed to identify application characteristics, and classify these enterprise applications (Cloud Native / Cloud Tolerant) for rapid adoption on OpenStack. We will share our experience on meeting enterprise performance, security, and operational requirements.  We will also talk about the challenges we faced in our OpenStack journey. Finally, we’ll talk about the infrastructure choices we made and demonstrate how we leveraged Group-Based Policy for intent based application modeling.

Key takeaways for this session

  • Learn about Cisco IT's private cloud journey with OpenStack

  • Cisco IT use case for enterprise workload migrations to Openstack

  • How group based policy abstraction simplifies OpenStack network complexity

 

Speakers
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Stephen Pierce

Cloud Design Engineer, Cisco
Stephen Pierce is an industry veteran, with 20 years experience in service operations and software development. He is Member of Technical Staff in the Infrastructure Architecture and Design organization within Cisco IT. His current responsibilities are enabling programmable infrastructure within Cisco IT using technologies such as OpenStack and ACI. Prior to joining Cisco, he has been responsible for deployment technology, service operations, and... Read More →
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Deshdeepak Shukla

Cloud Design Engineer @ CISCO
He is an Cloud Infrastructure and Application Virtualization SME with strong focus on Cloud Computing, Technical Architecture and Project Management experience. Primary focus on Openstack cloud deployment in Enterprise environment.


Wednesday May 20, 2015 5:20pm - 6:00pm
Room 211