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Wednesday, May 20 • 11:50am - 12:30pm
Challenges and Advantages of a Highly Distributed Cloud that also Heats Homes (repeat)

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This session was originally scheduled for Tuesday at 2:50pm. We will repeat the session Wednesday at 11:50am and it will be available on OpenStack's YouTube page.

Cloud&Heat Technologies, formerly known as AoTerra, combines two different businesses. It sells hardware that utilizes the excess heat of computers to provide warm water and heating to the buildings it resides in. The sold clusters run in commercial and residential buildings all across Germany and altogether comprise the Cloud&Heat cloud.

On one hand the talk will give a short overview of the challenges we faced while building and especially operating this highly distributed cloud. On the other hand we would like to show advantages of having a highly geo-distributed cloud environment. For both sides we would like to show how we used Openstack to form our solutions.

The challenges are along the lines of:


  • unified monitoring of distributed deployments



  • distributed authentication



  • distributed metering, aggregation



  • data distribution


Possible advantages are along the lines of:


  • higher fault-tolerance of applications spanning multiple geo-distributed deployments (+ giving examples – e.g. of a PaaS)



  • higher security, due to a physical separation small single deployments (one deployment per customer)



  • more flexibility with regards to deployment configurations (hardware and software) → moving towards private and later hybrid clouds






Speakers
avatar for Amir Feghhi

Amir Feghhi

Head of Business Development Cloud, Cloud&Heat Technologies GmbH
avatar for Stefan Schlott

Stefan Schlott

Team Lead IT Architecture and Integrations, Cloud&Heat Technologies GmbH


Wednesday May 20, 2015 11:50am - 12:30pm
Room 205/206/207