Intel® Builders Summit, in conjunction with OpenStack Summit

Event Description


Please join us at the Intel Builders Summit on Monday October 24 prior to OpenStack Summit Barcelona.

Intel Builders' members, along with Intel executives and engineers, will be discussing innovations and collaborations that are accelerating the deployment of software-defined infrastructure solutions. Join us for presentations and panels from cloud, network, and storage experts as we discuss topics including how Builders' members are developing solutions for OpenStack in the enterprise.

The Summit will also provide training in the form of technical sessions discussing how to deploy OpenStack with ease, infrastructure management, and workload optimization. Additionally, there will be a deep dive tutorial on cloud aware app dev.

Event Registration

Online registration is now closed. If you would like to attend the Intel Builder Summit please go directly to the registration desk at 9:30am to sign up.

Agenda Details

Event Details

Event Date

Monday, October 24, 2016

Event Time

10:00 am - 05:30 pm (Summit)
05:30 pm - 08:00 pm (Next Wave Reception)

Event Location

Pullman Barcelona Skipper
Avda. Litoral, 10 08005 Barcelona, Spain

Agenda Description

  • Session
  • Break
  • Reception
Time Session
09:30 am - 10:00 am

Breakfast and Badge Pick-up

10:00 am - 10:30 am

Welcome Remarks

Welcome Remarks
Presenter:
Senior Principal Engineering,
Data center Solutions Group,
Intel
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Keynote: Top DevOps Enterprise Adoption Patterns: A Fifteen Year Study Of High Performing IT Organizations

Keynote: Top DevOps Enterprise Adoption Patterns: A Fifteen Year Study Of High Performing IT Organizations

Organizations such as Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Netflix employ DevOps practices to routinely deploy code into production hundreds, or even thousands, of times per day, while providing world-class availability, reliability, and security. In contrast, most organizations struggle to do releases more frequently than every nine months.

But DevOps isn't just for the unicorns. Increasingly, large, complex organizations such as General Electric, Raytheon, Capital One, Disney, Nordstrom, and Macy's, among many others in almost every industry vertical, are replicating the same amazing technology and organizational performance DevOps outcomes.

In his presentation, Gene will share the top lessons learned in his study of high-performing technology organizations, as well as the top principles and patterns, and how large, complex organizations are successfully adopting DevOps culture and work practices. These are the learnings that will be part of the upcoming DevOps Handbook, which he is a coauthor of.

Presenter:
11:30 am - 12:00 pm

Open Source Cloud Journey - The Do's and the Don'ts

Open Source Cloud Journey - The Do's and the Don'ts

Open source 'Big Clouds' are complex, they require a well thought-out delivery framework from strategy, build, and operations perspective. All these phases require the right people, process and technology to be successful. In this presentation we will share our experience in what we have learned building best-breed clouds, what has worked well for us and areas for improvement -- our cloud journey experience.

Presenter:
Senior Director of Solution Architecture,
Mirantis

Director, Elastic Cloud Strategy & Deployment,
Comcast
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

Best Practices When Deploying vCPE with NFV in OpenStack

Best Practices When Deploying vCPE with NFV in OpenStack

The most popular use cases for NFV are vEPC and vCPE. These use cases are unrelated to each other and are pursued by different types of providers. vCPE is being considered by wireline and cable providers to drive cost down for residential and SMB business services, while vEPC is being deployed by mobile providers for various services in the area of Internet of Things (IoT) and to scale LTE and A-LTE deployments as they lay the foundation for 5G.

Presenter:
Chief Architect,
Red Hat

Head of R&D Department,
KazTransCom
12:30 pm - 01:30 pm

Lunch

  Track 1 – Deploying OpenStack with Ease Track 2 – Infrastructure Management & Workload Optimization Track 3 – Building Apps to Consume OpenStack
01:30 pm - 02:15 pm

The OpenStack Bare Metal and Container Service

The OpenStack Bare Metal and Container Service

OpenStack aims to be an integration engine for VM, bare metal and containers. Ironic provides the capability to provision bare metal servers, Nimble is a new project which focuses on the management of bare metal computing resources. Magnum is an OpenStack container infrastructure management service that focus on provisioning and managing Container Orchestration Engines (COEs). Zun is originally from Magnum and recently became an independent project for providing container management service for OpenStack. In this talk, we will explore the projects above and share insights on how to improve the support of bare metal and container on OpenStack.

Presenter:
Senior Software Engineer,
Huawei

Senior Software Engineer,
Huawei

Managing Persistent Data in the Age of OpenStack & Containers

Managing Persistent Data in the Age of OpenStack & Containers

Attendees will learn about how enterprise data management technology can improve the default experience while still using standard OpenStack and Docker API frameworks. Come learn about why NetApp is a leading commercial storage vendor, with a portfolio of products and solutions spanning Block, File, and Object. We also lead the community in upstream code contributions for Cinder (Block) and Manila (File) projects, playing a strong influencing role in the way OpenStack addresses the needs of storage and data management. This combined with our collaborative work with Docker and other open source tools make NetApp an easy choice for enterprises architecting a next generation datacenter.

Presenter:
Technical Marketing Engineer,
Containers & VMware,
NetApp

01:30 pm - 03:00 pm: Cloud Aware Application Development

01:30 pm - 03:00 pm: Cloud Aware Application Development

Attracting internal developers to your private cloud is not a simple matter of assuming that if you build it they will come. A combination of education, tools, and design patterns are needed in order to ensure that your private cloud delivers the highest ROI while avoiding developer skunkworks programs leading to shadow IT. In these two sessions we will deliver a combination of best practices and technical walk-throughs designed to foster a healthy internal development culture.

In session I, we will explore reference architectures, design patterns, and other best practices around cloud application development to ensure that IT Operators, DevOps, and developers are on the same page about the vast differences between an application that happens to run "in the cloud" and an application truly designed for the cloud. We will look at tools and frameworks that can be used to assemble a highly-flexible cloud application development environment on top of an OpenStack cloud.

In session II, we will take more of an operations focus, looking at pre-configured solutions that can be deployed on top of OpenStack, along with tuning and governance practices that can empower your developers to improve time to market.

Presenter:
Enterprise Solution Architect,
Intel

Principal Engineer,
Intel
02:15 pm - 03:00 pm

Hyperscale Is More Than a Hype - Build Tomorrow's Datacenter Today

Hyperscale Is More Than a Hype - Build Tomorrow's Datacenter Today

The CIO faces many challenges in the digital economy. In order to handle these challenges IT infrastructure must undergo a transformation to become an enabler for business - digital industrialization. This presentation will explain what digital industrialization is, what the key technologies are and the various digital transformation journeys an enterprise can embark on to succeed.

Presenter:
Vice President,
Portfolio and Strategy Solutions,
Product Area Cloud Infrastructure,
Ericsson

HPE Helion OpenStack - Evolving towards the Enterprise

HPE Helion OpenStack - Evolving towards the Enterprise

Through the bumps and bruises sustained in the development of OpenStack, we as a community have achieved an Open Source IaaS layer that provides a real alternative to the market. Going forward, the overall mission remains unchanged: provide an industry-standard IaaS layer so that customers do not have to develop that layer separately in order to take advantage of Cloud advancements without adopting proprietary Clouds.

In order to make that promise come true, we need to tackle more and more use cases. From the outset of HPE's substantial involvement in OpenStack, our company has committed significant resources and effort in order to help ensure the growth and long-term future of the platform. Customer engagements in telecom and cloud native development have allowed us time to develop the security, networking and management features that allow OpenStack to credibly support customer transitions amidst the ever-changing backdrop of modern IT service delivery, and do so with confidence that the OpenStack ecosystem will continue to evolve at the required pace and stability to address future needs.

A valuable example of OpenStack ecosystem is the HPE Helion sponsored Cloud28+ initiate: “The App Store for Enterprise Cloud Services” a community of Partners (250+ CSP, ISV, VAR, etc.) with a catalogue of 1000+ Cloud Services where Customers can find OpenStack based solutions to “build” or “consume” their Hybrid IT.

Intel is Cloud28+ Technology Partner with the Intel's Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) that enables Cloud28+ Partners to offer secured, controlled and compliant Cloud services in a trusted compute environment.

Presenter:
EMEA Presales Director,
HPE HybridIT
03:00 pm - 03:15 pm

Break

03:15 pm - 04:00 pm

Panel: Developing Cloud Storage on OpenStack

Panel: Developing Cloud Storage on OpenStack

OpenStack is a cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter, all managed through a dashboard that gives administrators control while empowering their users to provision resources through a web interface. Join Industry leaders as they discuss new cloud storage architectures, benefits and lessons learned in using OpenStack.

Moderator:
Solution Architect,
Sales and Marketing Group,
Intel Corporation
 
 
Presenter:
Product Manager,
Infinidat

Global OpenStack Solutions Architect,
Pure Storage
 
 
Associate Technical Manager,
QCT (Quanta Cloud Technology)

Implementing Lambda-like Functionality on OpenStack

Implementing Lambda-like Functionality on OpenStack

From servers, to VMs, to containers, and now microservices and functions, how applications are built and deployed continues to evolve. Event-driven computing, or Lambda-like functionality, is a growing trend that is predicted to affect enterprises for years to come.

Attendees of this presentation will learn:

  • Why bringing Lambda-functionality to OpenStack is an important new application paradigm for a host of asynchronous processing apps and use cases
  • How Iron.io works, and how it makes life easier for developers, testers, and cloud operators
  • How Iron.io and Mirantis are collaborating to make this computing paradigm easy to implement on private OpenStack clouds
  • Plus: A live demo of IronWorker on Mirantis OpenStack, so you can see how Iron.io apps get composed, deployed, and run.
Presenter:
Director,
Sales Engineering,
Iron.io

03:15 pm - 04:45 pm: Building a Developer Friendly OpenStack Environment

03:15 pm - 04:45 pm: Building a Developer Friendly OpenStack Environment

Attracting internal developers to your private cloud is not a simple matter of assuming that if you build it they will come. A combination of education, tools, and design patterns are needed in order to ensure that your private cloud delivers the highest ROI while avoiding developer skunkworks programs leading to shadow IT. In these two sessions we will deliver a combination of best practices and technical walk-throughs designed to foster a healthy internal development culture.

In session I, we will explore reference architectures, design patterns, and other best practices around cloud application development to ensure that IT Operators, DevOps, and developers are on the same page about the vast differences between an application that happens to run "in the cloud" and an application truly designed for the cloud. We will look at tools and frameworks that can be used to assemble a highly-flexible cloud application development environment on top of an OpenStack cloud.

In session II, we will take more of an operations focus, looking at pre-configured solutions that can be deployed on top of OpenStack, along with tuning and governance practices that can empower your developers to improve time to market.

Presenter:
Enterprise Solution Architect,
Intel

Principal Engineer,
Intel
04:00 pm - 04:45 pm

Network Automation: Driving IT and Business Agility

Network Automation: Driving IT and Business Agility

Customers are embracing digital transformation and success depends on building an agile business. In the digital era, IT agility is key to business agility. However, IT infrastructure is only as agile as its least agile component. The lack of network automation and the inability of the network to align with IT operations and tool chains today is the single biggest inhibitor to an organization's ability to capitalize on digitalization. Learn how the Brocade Workflow Composer (BWC) automates the entire network lifecycle, unleashing IT agility with turnkey, customizable, or do-it-yourself network workflow automation-all supported in multivendor network environments. Open source and DevOps are key drivers of IT agility and BWC can be a critical piece of successful OpenStack deployments.

Presenter:
Sr. Director,
Automation & Integration,
Brocade

Panel: Exploring Cloud Native Workload Development

Panel: Exploring Cloud Native Workload Development

With the emergence of DevOps, containers, Cloud B, and availability of microservices, workload and application development and deployment environment is seeing a whole new spectrum of opportunities. Hear from the leading solution providers what is going on in the wild, what is working, and where the leading developers are going in the ever-transforming data center infrastructure made available to them.

Moderator:
Director,
Intel SDI - Emerging Technology,
Orchestration & Scheduling,
Intel

VP of Engineering,
CoreOS
 
Presenter:
Ph.D.
Director of Engineering,
Dell

Cloud Technical Strategist,
SUSE
 
 

OpenStack User Advocate,
Cisco Systems

Director,
Network Consulting Engineering – Technology,
IP Division, Nokia
04:45 pm - 05:30 pm

Open Forum / Q&A

05:30 pm - 08:00 pm

Next Wave

Next Wave

Following the Intel Builders Summit, please join us for Next Wave, the place to talk emerging technologies. Held on the pool terrace at the Pullman Barcelona Skipper from 5:30-8:00 p.m. this is your chance to have a drink and talk with peers about what is coming next for OpenStack and other technologies. There will be games and prizes - including a prize for the best tech t-shirt. No separate registration is required.