Welcome to the Day 2 Recap of the OpenStack Summit 2013 in Portland.
* Opening Keynote - Jonathan Bryce, Executive Director OpenStack Foundation
OpenStack is about building a platform ecosystem for clouds with servers, network, storage, orchestration and a common API; a powerful general purpose technology like iOS and Android, as Jonathan explained: “One day we are going to see industries we all know, running services that we use every day on OpenStack. The Target day is: April 16th – right now, today.” Obviously, OpenStack is embracing “real” businesses instead of being only a community of developers – and enterprises love OpenStack back. Representatives from Bloomberg, BEST BUY and COMCAST explained how they are moving to the cloud, relying heavily on OpenStack, making services they sell to their customers faster and more reliable. Also, it’s encouraging to see how enterprises play open source right: Bloomberg made their Chef cookbooks publicly available at Github for all those who want to solve similar problems in their cloud environments.
* Hadoop for OpenStack Log Analysis - Mike Pittaro, Dell Architect Cloud Solutions
Let's discuss Hadoop for OpenStack log analysis! Hadoop can support operational monitoring, troubleshooting, and capacity planning in a consistent and open way. We'll share the work we've started, and lead an interactive discussion of different approaches already in play. Our goal is to collaborate on the best patterns for different deployment environments.
Ross Turk, VP Community at Inktank
http://www.opscode.com/http://chefconf.opscode.com/https://twitter.com/mattrayJohn Griffith, Project Technical Lead OpenStack Cinder & SolidFire