Videos provided by OpenStack Summit via OpenStack Foundation YouTube Channel
Making OpenStack real for customer deployments takes a lot of work. It’s much more than layering in an installer and custom documentation. At Cloudscaling, we spend a great deal of effort on operationalizing OpenStack for customers and ensuring it’s compatible with leading public clouds. In this session, we’ll clarify the areas we focus and walk through the design decisions behind the choices. While we use 100% stock community OpenStack, OCS 3.0 doesn’t look and feel like any other version of OpenStack. It has key distinguishing characteristics such as:
a scalable and highly available control plane
an ultra high performance and high reliability network model
additional compatibility with the major public clouds such as Amazon Web Services and Google Compute Engine, and
a modern fabric for DevOps style infrastructure and application deployment.