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Wednesday, May 20 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Hands-On With Heat: Service Orchestration in the Cloud

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OpenStack Heat provides a framework for predefining a structured service, and allows you instantiate that service in an automated manner. This hands-on lab will walk the participants through the process of creating a Heat template file for a multi-tiered web application that will include multiple image templates, custom networking, and volume storage. It will also cover how to setup the template to accept parameters to allow for on-the-fly customization.  Finally, we will introduce participants to advanced concepts such as auto-scaling, load-balancing, and more.

*Note - Participants will be required to have their own laptop in order to participate in the lab.*

Speakers
avatar for Rick Ashford

Rick Ashford

Technical Specialist - SUSE Linux, SUSE
Rick Ashford has been a Senior Sales Engineer for SUSE since 2008 and has been working with Linux and the open-source community since 1998. He loves building things with his hands, whether it's through carpentry, electronics, or whatever. He also loves taking things apart to see how they work, and occasionally puts them back together in a working state. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family and moonlighting an occasional local... Read More →
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Cameron Seader

Cloud Technology Strategist at SUSE, SUSE
Cameron is currently a Senior Technology Strategist working closely on Enterprise Cloud Computing environments; has a diverse background that includes solutions architecture, consulting, engineering and technical sales. With over fifteen plus years of experience at companies such as Hewlett Packard, Micron, Interland (now Web.com) and Idaho Power, he excels in specific areas of data center design, specializing in system solutions on mainframes to... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 9:00am - 10:30am
Room 111/112

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