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Thursday, May 15 • 2:20pm - 3:00pm
Hybrid Cloud with OpenStack: Bridging Two Worlds

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OpenStack is being adopted by many private and public clouds. However, bridging the two worlds has not been easy and is further complicated that some of the largest cloud players are not OpenStack-based. In support of a more open" cloud, IBM is looking to establish a common framework to address these issues. In this session we will walk through hybrid use cases we are addressing, the early framework that has been put in place that leverages OpenStack muti-region support and a central Keystone, and how we bridged OpenStack and non-OpenStack based clouds. We will also discuss the network design, security challenges that were faced, and present the list of open issues that need to be addressed through future OpenStack development.

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Michael Fork

Cloud Architect, IBM
Michael is an Architect in the CTO's office of IBM's Cloud Services Division focused on all things private cloud. An early proponent of OpenStack, he previously lead the team responsible for the packaging and productization for use in IBM products.
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Hai Ming Yang

Chief Architect, IBM China
Dr. Hai Ming Yang is responsible for development of IBM OpenStack and the foundation of IBM Smart Cloud. As the chief architect in China System Technology Lab Cloud Team, he guides the development team and drives the IBM Asia cloud business with local customers. He was also one of... Read More →

Thursday May 15, 2014 2:20pm - 3:00pm EDT
Room B102

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