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OpenStack Summit Europe, Berlin

CityCube, Berlin, Germany
Nov 13, 2018 (All day) to Nov 15, 2018 (All day)
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Intel is excited to participate at openstack summit in berlin, germany, nov 13-15, 2018 as a headline sponsor!

Join the people building and operating open infrastructure, with over 200 sessions and workshops on Container Infrastructure, CI/CD, Telecom + NFV, Public Cloud, Private & Hybrid Cloud and members of open source communities like Kubernetes, Docker, OPNFV, Ansible, Ceph, ONAP, Open vSwitch , and OpenStack. Keynote presentations from notable OpenStack users and industry leaders will take place on Monday and Tuesday. Breakout sessions throughout the week will cover topics including private cloud and multi-cloud strategy, edge computing, NFV, CI/CD and machine learning as well as hands-on-training and networking opportunities.

Who should attend? 

  • Architecture & Ops. Architects and operators attend to improve their current deployment, discover new tools or learn how to get an OpenStack cloud up and running from expert community members OpenStack clouds.
  • Business & Strategy. CIO and IT decision makers attend to hear case studies about how cloud is saving money and creating business impact, and to learn how to evaluate OpenStack providers, build a successful team and develop a successful cloud strategy.
  • App Developers. App developers can get started developing cloud applications, including integrating technologies like containers, or discover how OpenStack can be used to deliver valuable services like big data analytics.
  • Upstream Developer. If you're an upstream developer, collaborative sessions at the Forum is the number one place for gathering real time feedback from operators running OpenStack in production. If you're an OpenStack developer looking to reconnect with the community or are interested in getting started contributing, the Summit is the place for you.

Intel @ Openstack Summit Europe

  • Come visit us at Booth #B5 in the Marketplace! 
  • Keynote by Melissa Evers-Hood, Wednesday, Nov. 14th. Time TBD.
  • Diversity Networking Lunch sponsored by Intel, Wednesday, Nov. 14th @ 12:30PM
  • Introducing Office Hours at the Intel Booth! Scroll down for more information!

 

INTEL DEMOS 

DEMO TITLE DESCRIPTION
StarlingX: Open Edge Infrastructure StarlingX is a new open source edge infrastructure project hosted by the OpenStack Foundation. StarlingX aims to create an open source software stack to improve the state of edge cloud infrastructure for carrier, provider, and IoT networks. Intel and Wind River® are releasing the source code for Titanium Cloud Release 5 as the initial “seed” code for StarlingX. This demo will show the first release of StarlingX.
OpenStack Cyborg with FPGA Cyborg is an OpenStack project that aims to provide a general purpose management framework for acceleration resources like GPU, FPGA, ASIC, NP, SoCs, NVMe/NOF SSDs, ODP, DPDK/SPDK, etc. This demo shows the integration of Cyborg into the OpenStack environment to manage the hardware resource of FPGA within the cluster. With the function of EPA traits in OpenStack, we are able to the identify the compute nodes supporting FPGA acceleration. Meanwhile, Intel Open Programmable Acceleration Engine (OPAE) driver enables FPGA plugging into the virtual machines. Heavy workloads like transcoding and deep learning based on Intel FPGA SDK for OpenCL are setup to highlight the performance improvement gained from FPGA acceleration.
Kata* Containers Kata Containers is the successor to Clear Containers and the industry standard solution for securing container workloads in a light weight virtual machine. These demos cover different Kata use cases to appeal to different types of users and to inspire them to try kata containers on their deployments as well as get involved in the project. The following demos will be shown on a Clear Linux host OS. 1. DirtyCOW - Break out of a container workload to show why Kata containers is important. This one will be shown on Ubuntu and only for people brand new to securing containers with a VM. 2. OpenStack Zun - This demo shows how to launch Kata container workloads using the Open Stack interface. 3. Multi-kernel kubernetes - This demo shows how each pod can get its own kernel enabling new use cases 4. Graphics device pass through - This demo shows how to pass a GPU directly into a kata container to run a workload 5. SRIOV for enhanced network performance between containers on different machines.
Intel SmartNIC (Cascade Glacier) Integration with OpenStack Neutron and Ironic This demo shows Intel SmartNIC integration with OpenStack Neutron and Ironic at scale. SmartNIC on baremetal node provides hardware offloading of Open vSwitch which is controlled by Neutron remotely. The usage of Intel SmartNIC is integrated with OpenStack on baremetal node so that cloud users can take advantage of SmartNIC through openstack UX without hassle. The baremetal node can communicate with both VM and baremetal nodes seamlessly over Neutron tenant networking without CPU overhead. With effort of scalability, Neutron is enhanced for scalability for Ironic.
Advanced Analytics for Cache Acceleration Software We will demonstrate a novel, storage analytics and automatic cache tuning technique using an algorithm developed at Intel Labs to automatically determine which I/O classes benefit most from being cached in a SSD. The storage analytics will employ a class-based cache emulation model to make fast “what if” predictions. This demo will show the first important step towards an intelligent fully auto-tuning cache for complex workloads such as MySQL*, Ceph* and Hadoop*. Advanced storage telemetry that is unique to Intel’s Cache Acceleration Software will be used to build and execute the models. This demonstration includes new Intel patents and will give a preview of Intel® Cache Acceleration Software 4.0 launching in the first half of 2019. The demo will show three different workloads that range from most to least cacheable and will provide a suggested cache policy tuned to the workload.
Orchestration of Composable nodes through OpenStack Nova The demo focus on a new nova virt driver integrated in Nova to manage composable infrastructure, demostrated using intelRSD APIs. This innovative implementation allows the cloud manager persona to handle composable hardware seamlessly through the standard nova APIs and enables the Tenant to integrate on its cloud services composable hardware using the same relation Nova->Hypervisor->Instance.

 

INTEL SESSIONS

SESSION SPEAKERS DATE TIME LOCATION
StarlingX - Project Update - 6 Months in the Life of a New Open Source Project Dean Troyer Tuesday, Nov. 13 2:05pm-2:25pm Level 3
M-Räume 3
Comparison between Open Edge Projects (Akraino/StarlingX/OpenCord/vCO) modules v.s. ETSI MEC RA JF Ding Tuesday, Nov. 13 2:30pm-3:10pm Level 1
Hall A1
Kata Containers: An Introduction and Overview Graham Whaley Tuesday, Nov. 13 4:20pm-5:00pm Level 2 - 7.2a / Helsinki 2
Madhuri Kumari,
Mrittika Ganguli,
Teck Joo Goh
Tuesday, Nov. 13 3:25pm-3:35pm Level 2
Marketplace Demo Theater
StarlingX CI, from Zero to Zuul Elio Martinez Tuesday, Nov. 13 5:10pm-5:50pm Level 1
Hall A1
Containers vs Virtual Machines on the Edge - Either, Both or Neither? Kailun Qin Tuesday, Nov. 13 5:10pm-5:50pm Level 2
7.2a / Helsinki 2
How to Run a Successful Hackathon? Lessons Learned from 8 Hackathon/Bug Smash Events in China JF Ding Wednesday, Nov. 14 2:30pm-2:40pm Level 2
Marketplace Demo Theater
An Integrated Virtualized and Containerized Architecture for Financial Cloud Big Data Application Dr. Yih Leong Sun Wednesday, Nov. 14 3:10pm-3:20pm Level 2
Marketplace Demo Theater
Orchestration and Management for Edge Application with ONAP Huang Haibin
Shane Wang
Wednesday, Nov. 14 3:20pm-4:00pm Level 1
Hall A1
StarlingX Enhancements for Edge Networking Kailun Qin Wednesday, Nov. 14 5:10pm-5:50pm Level 1
Hall A1
Kata Containers - Project Update Samuel Ortiz Thursday, Nov. 15 9:50am-10:30am Level 3
M-Räume 3
What's behind 8K Video Streaming on Edge Cloud? Shaohe Feng, Shaohe Feng Thursday, Nov. 15 10:50am-11:30am Level 1
Hall A1
Hardware Acceleration for Edge Networking Forrest Zhao Thursday, Nov. 15 11:40am-12:20pm Level 1
Hall A1
Cyborg: Accelerate Your Cloud! Sundar Nadathur Thursday, Nov. 15 2:30pm-3:10pm Level 1
Hall A3
Mentoring Program Reboot Nicole Huesman Thursday, Nov. 15 3:20pm-4:00pm Level 1
Hall A3
Leveraging OPNFV Test Tools Beyond the NFV Domain Emma Foley Thursday, Nov. 15 5:10pm-5:50pm Level 1
Hall A2

 

Intel Office Hours at OpenStack Summit

In addition to the Demos being showcased at the Intel booth (#B5) in the Marketplace, Intel will also be offering 'Office Hours'; giving attendees an opportunity to meet with Intel specialists to discuss the following technologies: Kata Containers, StarlingX, Cyborg, NEMU and Edge Networking. Please refer to the table below for the current Office Hours schedule, which will be updated weekly in the dates leading up to the event: