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Monday, March 9
 

8:00am

Breakfast
Monday March 9, 2015 8:00am - 9:00am
Lower Level SJCC

8:00am

Registration Open
Monday March 9, 2015 8:00am - 9:00am
Concourse 1 SJCC

9:00am

Engineering Workshop Joint Session - ALL Projects
This session a joint session with high level over views of all the projects.  Corey Bell, OCP CEO and Amber Graner, OCP Community manager will welcome everyone and kick off the morning sessions.  After that the audience will here from  project leads about the following projects:

Certification
Data Center
Hardware Management
HPC
Networking
Open Rack
Server
Storage
Telco Working Group

 

Monday March 9, 2015 9:00am - 12:00pm
LL20A San Jose Convention Center

1:00pm

Hardware Management: Dynamic Power Capping in OCS
Monday March 9, 2015 1:00pm - 1:30pm
LL21A San Jose Convention Center

1:00pm

High-Performance Computing: OCP HPC Project Overview - Devashish Paul
In this presentation we will provide a summary of the background for establishing this HPC project, the target markets of HPC/Supercomputing/Data Center Analytics/Edge Computing it addresses, the key items the group has inserted into the charter and finally cover the 4 proposed phases of the project. In this session we will also have some time for open discussion before going into contributors sessions.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 1:00pm - 1:30pm
LL20C San Jose Convention Center

1:00pm

Networking: Accton Submission Update & New Submission - Jeff Catlin
Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 1:00pm - 1:30pm
LL20D San Jose Convention Center

1:00pm

Open Rack: Facebook Cubby Sub-Chassis Submission
Monday March 9, 2015 1:00pm - 1:30pm
LL21C San Jose Convention Center

1:00pm

Storage: State of the Storage - Asghar Riahi, Seagate
Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 1:00pm - 1:30pm
LL21E San Jose Convention Center

1:00pm

Certification: OCP Intel 3.0 Spec (Server) Certification Results, Chilung/ITRI & Paul/UTSA

1-2pm: OCP Intel 3.0 Spec (Server) Certification Results, Chilung/ITRI & Paul/UTSA

    •Summary of certification results

    o   Lessons learnt, what is in the pipeline, Q&A


Speakers
avatar for Paul Rad

Paul Rad

Vice President Open Research, Rackspace & Director of Applied Research, UTSA, The University of Texas at San Antonio


Monday March 9, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
LL21F San Jose Convention Center

1:00pm

Data Center: Project Update (past submissions, upcoming submissions)
  • Project Update (past submissions, upcoming submissions)

Speakers
avatar for Jason Schafer

Jason Schafer

Data Center Project Lead
-Datacenter design, engineering, and operations | -DCIM | -Data Science | -New technologies and ideas


Monday March 9, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
LL20A San Jose Convention Center

1:00pm

Server: Microsoft Open CloudServer OCS V2 Overview
Monday March 9, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
LL21D San Jose Convention Center

1:00pm

Telco/Comms Working Group: Discussion on the ecosystem and velocity opportunities
1:00- Kevin D Johnson, Intel, Senior Director of Data Center and Cloud Solutions, Service Provider Group, Intel Corporation.  Responsible for Intel technology solutions in data center and cloud services for the global communications and cloud sector. Kevin will kickoff the WG with a discussion on the ecosystem and velocity opportunities.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
LL21B San Jose Convention Center

1:30pm

High-Performance Computing: Heterogeneous SoC w/Integrated Networking - Pekka Varis, CTO, Texas Instruments
A new high-performance, low-cost, low-power platform uses scale-out servers based on heterogeneous compute architecture programmable with OpenMP or OpenCL with general purpose ARM processors and compute-focused DSPs on the same device. The platform uses the open-source OpenMPI message passing interface to leverage the integrated 20Gbps RapidIO networking. Example systems include a two-dimensional torus of 180 SoC's.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 1:30pm - 2:00pm
LL20C San Jose Convention Center

1:30pm

Networking: ONIE Indepth Update for Project Status & Compliance Testing Update - Curt Brune, Matt Peterson, and Carlos Cardenas
The Open Network Install Environment (ONIE) project has seen
incredible growth and positive market reception during 2014 and 2015.
In this presentation Curt Brune will cover the current state of the
ONIE project and discuss the future challenges and directions for
ONIE.

Highlights:

- Discuss supported hardware platforms
- Community updates
- Supporting embedded ARM CPU architectures
- Supporting UEFI on x86_64 CPU architectures
- Testing Updates
- Call for participation

Speakers
avatar for Curt Brune

Curt Brune

System Software Engineer, Networking R&D, Cumulus
avatar for Carlos Cardenas

Carlos Cardenas

Member of Technical Staff at Cumulus Networks, Cumulus


Monday March 9, 2015 1:30pm - 2:00pm
LL20D San Jose Convention Center

1:30pm

Storage: Object Drive Storage (SNIA, presenter: Mark Carlson)
The Storage Networking Industry Association has created a Technical Workgroup on Object Drives. The group is working to research the requirements for object drives in both a key/value protocol as well as drive hosted object software.

This talk will cover the implications of this new architectural partitioning of storage solutions. Scale out storage solutions can add storage in increments of individual disk drives rather than entire storage systems. By adding more computational resources on the drive itself, other components of the system can be reduced in cost. By having a consistent standardized component in the solution, the cost of management is reduced. These and other implications will be explored in the talk.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 1:30pm - 2:00pm
LL21E San Jose Convention Center

1:30pm

Open Rack: V2 Power Shelf - Samir Kala, Facebook
Overview of Facebook's recent V2 power shelf sub-system

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 1:30pm - 2:30pm
LL21C San Jose Convention Center

2:00pm

Hardware Management: Monitoring HW naked
Hardware is difficult to manage because of proprietary vendor interfaces and diverse hardware components. The designers of Open Compute Servers solved this problem by completely stripping out the management system while maintaining all the most frequently used features. 

This talk is about techniques for monitoring hardware at scale, how to work around the mayhem caused by proprietary vendor systems, and the operational error that ultimately caused the designers of Open Compute Servers to re-adopt traditional management systems.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 2:00pm - 2:25pm
LL21A San Jose Convention Center

2:00pm

Storage: Architecting Highly Efficient Web-scale Cold Storage for Unstructured Data - Every Bit and Watt Counts - Adrian Herrera, Caringo
'Cold data' is used to describe the 70-80 percent of an organization's data that is rarely accessed but rarely doesn't mean never. This data has unique value and must remain readily accessible, however, in web-scale storage environments conventional storage tools and technologies are simply too expensive. At the multi-to-hundred Petabyte scale every bit of memory and watt of energy adds up, and ease of scale and management in a highly reliable fashion is key. Meet the new fronTIER of data storage, nearly bottomless volumes of unique data, which requires entirely new methods of storage at scale. In this presentation we will discuss the requirements for web-scale cold storage and present a solution leveraging archive-optimized HDDs with Progressive Capacity and a cold storage object store software with adaptive power conservation technology. The combination of which creates a commercially available cold data storage tier for anyone to use.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 2:00pm - 2:30pm
LL21E San Jose Convention Center

2:00pm

Server: Microsoft OCS 1U Quad Server System
Monday March 9, 2015 2:00pm - 2:45pm
LL21D San Jose Convention Center

2:00pm

Certification: OCP Certification Processes, Aaron/Rackspace

•Current state

    o   how we got here, what’s working, what’s not

    •Talking about defining what OCP Certification means

    o   start with core principals, let each workgroup define from there

    •Shift in focus & responsibilities for spec development and test packages

    o   Workgroups and spec submitters own, how to plug into C&I group

    •Proposed timeline to shift to a new model

    o   Comment / proposal timeframe

    o   Introduction of new process

    o   Sun-setting of old process


Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
LL21F San Jose Convention Center

2:00pm

Data Center: Review Data Center Ops Maturity Model
  • Review Data Center Ops Maturity Model

Speakers
avatar for Jason Schafer

Jason Schafer

Data Center Project Lead
-Datacenter design, engineering, and operations | -DCIM | -Data Science | -New technologies and ideas


Monday March 9, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
LL20A San Jose Convention Center

2:00pm

Telco/Comms Working Group: VNF opportunity
2:00 - 3:00pm
Tom Anschutz, AT&T
Yanvi Lavi, PMC-Sierra


They will present the VNF opportunity and the work they would like to pursue with this community:

1) A brief intro on SDN and NFV that describes how we got to where we are today.
2) Describe the need to decompose traditional networking functions, both hardware and software, to promote re-use and leverage smaller and fewer specialized components – both hardware and software.
3) Provide an example and kick-off a first design for a GPON system, show the decomposition of the box hardware and software, and re-assign the needed roles to NFVI and VNF instances. The result has a remainder that shows the need for a GPON MAC to be available in NFVI. That is what we will propose to do as a simple first step.

Speakers
avatar for Tom Anschutz

Tom Anschutz

Distinguished Member of Tech Staff, AT&T
Tom Anschutz is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at AT&T. In his roles as a network architect he is instrumental in the development of AT&T’s SDN and NFV architecture, called Domain 2.0. He is the editor and chief contributor to AT&T’s public white paper that describes the vision of what will become a large transformative initiative to improve public networking and cloud computing; and continues... Read More →


Monday March 9, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
LL21B San Jose Convention Center

2:15pm

Networking: Break
Monday March 9, 2015 2:15pm - 2:30pm
LL20D San Jose Convention Center

2:25pm

Hardware Management: RedFish Demo & update
An update on RedFish standardization effort will be presented.  Demo of multiple early implentation attempts of RedFish will be also demoed.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 2:25pm - 2:50pm
LL21A San Jose Convention Center

2:30pm

High-Performance Computing: Pave the Exascale Road - Eric Monchalin, Big Data/Head of Big Data Servers, Bull/ATOS
The development of an exascale computing capability is characterized by significant and disruptive changes in computing hardware architecture, related to compute resource and data concurrency, data movement, energy efficiency and resilience. Big Data & Security (BDS), a Global Service Line of Atos company, who is a leader in Big Data, HPC and cyber-security with a worldwide market presence has launched such a program. BDS’s exascale program aims to address technologies and processes to meet the requirements of High-Performance Computing and Big Data: i.e. the rapid computation and analysis of massive data sets.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 2:30pm - 3:00pm
LL20C San Jose Convention Center

2:30pm

Networking: Open Network Linux (ONL) - Rob Sherwood
With the creation of Open Compute, SDN and OpenStack, more and more of the data center infrastructure software stack is moving towards open source. One of the few remaining traditionally closed-source software pieces is the Network Operating System (NOS): the software that runs directly on switch and router hardware.

This webinar will describe an open source NOS called Open Network Linux that takes concrete steps towards a fully open-source network software stack. Open Network Linux is a Linux distribution that combines into one package special drivers for switches, support for the Open Network Install Environment and various packet forwarding agents (supporting OpenFlow and traditional routing protocols). The webinar will cover ONL's vision and goals, the included software and how to use ONL to get started in the Open Networking ecosystem.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 2:30pm - 3:15pm
LL20D San Jose Convention Center

2:30pm

Open Rack: V2 BBU - Zoh Ebrahimzadeh, Facebook
Overview of Facebook's recent V2 BBU sub-system

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 2:30pm - 3:15pm
LL21C San Jose Convention Center

2:45pm

Server: OCP Mezz 2.0 Update
Monday March 9, 2015 2:45pm - 3:15pm
LL21D San Jose Convention Center

2:50pm

Hardware Management: Break
Monday March 9, 2015 2:50pm - 3:00pm
LL21A San Jose Convention Center

3:00pm

Hardware Management: Health monitoring and analystics to lower TCO in Data center
Hardware is difficult to manage because of proprietary vendor interfaces and diverse hardware components. The designers of Open Compute Servers solved this problem by completely stripping out the management system while maintaining all the most frequently used features. 

This talk is about techniques for monitoring hardware at scale, how to work around the mayhem caused by proprietary vendor systems, and the operational error that ultimately caused the designers of Open Compute Servers to re-adopt traditional management systems.

Speakers
avatar for Christian Madsen

Christian Madsen

Engineering Manager, Seagate Technology
As the lead of Seagate Technology's Cloud Health Analytics group my focus is software development for cloud data center management. The scope of my work includes drive and enclosure monitoring/management as well as development of predictive algorithms.


Monday March 9, 2015 3:00pm - 3:25pm
LL21A San Jose Convention Center

3:00pm

High-Performance Computing: Low Latency Top of Rack Switching and NIC - André van Herk, Prodrive Technologies
RapidIO is emerging as interconnect technology for data center and HPC cluster scale out. Commodity TOP-500 systems are equipped with InfiniBand, Ethernet or proprietary interconnects and this presentation showcases the added benefits of using RapidIO, an open interconnect standard that has been designed with low latency, scalability and reliability in mind. In this talk, Prodrive Technologies will showcase their upcoming top of rack switch and RapidIO add-in network card that will enable systems of today to use the interconnect technology of tomorrow.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 3:00pm - 3:30pm
LL20C San Jose Convention Center

3:00pm

Data Center: Charter / Organizational Framework Revamp
  • Charter / Organizational Framework Revamp

Speakers
avatar for Jason Schafer

Jason Schafer

Data Center Project Lead
-Datacenter design, engineering, and operations | -DCIM | -Data Science | -New technologies and ideas


Monday March 9, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm
LL20A San Jose Convention Center

3:00pm

Telco/Comms Working Group: DEMO
3:00pm
Tom Anschutz, AT&T
Craig Schlep, PMC-Sierra

DEMO

Speakers
avatar for Tom Anschutz

Tom Anschutz

Distinguished Member of Tech Staff, AT&T
Tom Anschutz is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at AT&T. In his roles as a network architect he is instrumental in the development of AT&T’s SDN and NFV architecture, called Domain 2.0. He is the editor and chief contributor to AT&T’s public white paper that describes the vision of what will become a large transformative initiative to improve public networking and cloud computing; and continues... Read More →
avatar for Craig Schelp

Craig Schelp

Senior Consulting Member of Technical Staff, Oracle


Monday March 9, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm
LL21B San Jose Convention Center

3:15pm

Open Rack: Break
Monday March 9, 2015 3:15pm - 3:30pm
LL21C San Jose Convention Center

3:15pm

Server: Mellanox ConnectX-4
Monday March 9, 2015 3:15pm - 3:45pm
LL21D San Jose Convention Center

3:15pm

Networking: ACPI for Bare Metal Switches - Dustin Byford and Andy Qin
In the world of Open Networking one big problem faces the hardware and software
vendor communities: how to rapidly support an ever growing number of platforms
in a consistent and portable manner that doesn't stifle the growth of the
industry.

For years, NOS vendors have been struggling to support the growth of new Open
Networking devices while attempting to come up with a scalable solution. At
Cumulus, we took inspiration from the disaggregated server market of the 90s
and how OSes are able to support new hardware with little support from the OS
vendor. As such, we took interest in ACPI, the standard interface found in in
servers, laptops, and other consumer products and extended it to the network
realm. This talk will focus on the technical aspects of extending ACPI to
networks, integration into the Linux kernel, and an example of how hardware.


Monday March 9, 2015 3:15pm - 4:00pm
LL20D San Jose Convention Center

3:25pm

Hardware Management: S4H Open BMC architecture
S4H Technologies is a start-up company found last year with the intent to offer standardized, reliable Server/Hardware Management ingredients and solutions that offer our customers a reliable pathway to reduce the Operating Expense (OPEX), deployment/provisioning time, and increased reliability and flexibility to effectively move from a repair to replace model.   Our core beliefs are to make the hardware management solutions simple, consistent, high quality and reliable. S4H Technologies has adopted a Top-Down model of solution development, that is different from the traditional Bottom-Up model, in other words we would like the solution development to be driven by the End-User and platform builders input rather than by the Chips architecture or Firmware.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 3:25pm - 3:50pm
LL21A San Jose Convention Center

3:30pm

High-Performance Computing: OCP's Low Latency Open Interconnect Spec - Devashish Paul, Director of Strategic Marketing, IDT
This presentation will build on the Open Silicon draft concepts presented at the OCP Summit Paris, Oct 2015. It is based on the public domain RapidiO 10xN specification used for low latency interconnect in HPC, Embedded and Wireless market with over 70M ports of 10-20 Gbps shipping per year.

Monday March 9, 2015 3:30pm - 4:00pm
LL20C San Jose Convention Center

3:30pm

Storage: Benchmarking Conventional and Kinetic Swift Object Storage Systems - David Burks & Mayur Shetty, Seagate
Since the inception of the Kinetic Open Storage Platform, Seagate has completed tens of thousands of hours of testing on Kinetic drives and complete Kinetic systems running various Object Storage software stacks. One of the most common questions from customers, partners, analysts and press is: "How does Kinetic performance compare to traditional systems"

Seagate will present a comprehensive evaluation of for system level performance for both conventional Swift and Kinetic Swift systems. We will discuss a range of benchmarking tools, their strengths and weaknesses and discuss the key design consideration in building a Kinetic based Swift system targeted to meet various workload and performance objectives.

In addition, we will also include a summary of implementation approaches related to Shingled Magnetic Recording, including the approach Kinetic drives will take compared to conventional SMR drives.


Monday March 9, 2015 3:30pm - 4:00pm
LL21E San Jose Convention Center

3:30pm

Storage: Storage & Certification Joint Session
Storage & Certification joint session
     •Current Status
      •Moving storage certification from 0.1x to 0.5+
    o   Certification framework
    o   Timeframe          
o   Processes
We will review and work on the Storage certification document. Please read the document in advance and come to this session prepared.
You can download the document here: http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=35d787b63af6b5f2c9da9a0e0faebcd3

Monday March 9, 2015 3:30pm - 4:00pm
LL21E San Jose Convention Center

3:45pm

Server: Break
Monday March 9, 2015 3:45pm - 4:00pm
LL21D San Jose Convention Center

3:50pm

Hardware Management: Break
Monday March 9, 2015 3:50pm - 4:00pm
LL21A San Jose Convention Center

4:00pm

Hardware Management: OCP Multi-node management spec discussion
This is an open session to discuss the multi-node management specification and to collect feedback

Monday March 9, 2015 4:00pm - 4:25pm
LL21A San Jose Convention Center

4:00pm

High-Performance Computing: ARM 64 bit processors for HPC: Gopal Hegde, VP/GM Cavium
ARM-powered servers for High Performance Computing (HPC) and Data Center servers took a big step forward when Cavium recently announced availability of the industry’s first 48-core family of ARMv8 workload optimized processors. Delivering the highest core counts and most comprehensive set of I/O and accelerators in the market, ThunderX-based solutions are fully optimized for a targeted set of highly scalable workloads.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 4:00pm - 4:30pm
LL20C San Jose Convention Center

4:00pm

Networking: Optics Compliance and Interoperability Update - Bob Noseworthy, Craig Thompson, Dave Lee, Steve Joiner, Matt Peterson and Carlos Cardenas
As the adoption of disaggregated networks has expands from the hyperscale market
to the enterprise and beyond, compliance and interoperability has become key
especially in the area of optics. Over the last several months, a new subgroup
in the OCP Networking Group has been working towards providing a level of
compliance and interoperability for optics. This optics subgroup report on the
current status along with the lessons learned from a dry run at UNH.

Speakers
avatar for Carlos Cardenas

Carlos Cardenas

Member of Technical Staff at Cumulus Networks, Cumulus


Monday March 9, 2015 4:00pm - 4:30pm
LL20D San Jose Convention Center

4:00pm

Server: Barreleye: OCP / OpenPOWER Server
Monday March 9, 2015 4:00pm - 4:30pm
LL21D San Jose Convention Center

4:00pm

4:00pm

Certification: Component certification status/discussion, Rhonda/AVL, Erwin/Emulex, Sanghoan/Samsung, Barbara/Futureplus

•Current Status

•Moving component certification from plans to a demonstration pilot

o   Certification framework

o   Timeframe

o   Processes

o   Resources/support


Speakers
avatar for Rhonda Ascierto

Rhonda Ascierto

Research Manager at 451 Research, 451 Research
I'm an industry analyst covering OCP power, cooling, management software and datacenter design.


Monday March 9, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
LL21F San Jose Convention Center

4:00pm

Data Center: Review additional submission(s)
  • Review additional submission(s)

Speakers
avatar for Jason Schafer

Jason Schafer

Data Center Project Lead
-Datacenter design, engineering, and operations | -DCIM | -Data Science | -New technologies and ideas


Monday March 9, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
LL20A San Jose Convention Center

4:00pm

Open Rack: Standard Update Revision 1.2 - Steve Mills, Facebook
Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
LL21C San Jose Convention Center

4:25pm

Hardware Management: GS Hardware Monitoring Agent
Traditionally we have relied upon vendor provided hardware monitoring agents in the non-OCP hardware which transports hardware faults through various means including snmp to central alert collector. Switching to OCP, there was a need for similar functionality, and we wrote our agent. This talk will describe the agent. GS is working to contribute the agent to OCP for OCP customers, if they need the functionality.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 4:25pm - 4:50pm
LL21A San Jose Convention Center

4:30pm

High-Performance Computing: Open Discussion on Upcoming Submissions Part 1, Devashish Paul and Thomas Sohmers, Co Chairs OCP HPC
Topics that will be covered in this include, but not limited to: X86 based low latency computing, DSP + ARM computing, FPGA based low latency Server, Scalable GPU with low latency interconnect, Top of Rack Switching, Low latency NIC , Open Silicon Inteconnect Spec etc.


Monday March 9, 2015 4:30pm - 5:00pm
LL20C San Jose Convention Center

4:30pm

Open Optics - Mehdi Asghari, PhD
The Open Optics specifications provide the first and only 100 Gb/s WDM standard for data center fabrics that seamlessly scales to 200G, 400G, 800G, and more. From
this point forward, data centers can scale their bandwidth continually, reusing the same single mode fiber cables already installed in most data centers. The Open Optics
MSA is cost-optimized for data center specifications and reaches of 500m to 2km. At 100Gb/s the MSA use 4x less fiber, connectors, and interconnection panels than
VCSELs or parallel single mode solutions, dramatically reducing the interconnect cost. As data centers scale to more WDM channels, the interconnect cost savings is
even more dramatic.

The Open Optics specifications are based upon silicon photonics and they solve the problem of some of the 4 channel MSAs, which require expensive fabrication and
assembly of standalone 25 Gb/s lasers and multiplexers. The new silicon photonics designs eliminate the need for expensive lasers and components. The channel plan
is based upon the industry standard ITU grid in C-Band, allowing for channel spacing down to increments of 100 GHz, making future designs with 40 channels and
beyond possible.

The Open Optics MSA adds a new dimension of scalability for the OCP community. Previous optical submissions were for silicon photonics inside the rack but they did
not address the larger data center fabric. This Open Optics MSA submission addresses the complex interconnect between Top-of-Rack (TOR), fabric, cluster, and
edge switches.


Monday March 9, 2015 4:30pm - 5:00pm
LL20D San Jose Convention Center

4:30pm

Server: Characterizing Server Performance
Monday March 9, 2015 4:30pm - 5:00pm
LL21D San Jose Convention Center

4:30pm

Storage: Driving Down the Cost of Storage with SMR Technology - Geoffrey Mershon, WD
SMR is a new datacenter storage technology that enables increased capacity to drive down the cost of storage. In this talk we will walk through 4 key items storage IT professionals need to know about this new technology:
1) SMR Technology: why, and what is it?
2) Implementing SMR in the Data Center: a standardized approach (review of current INCITS T10 and T13 standardization of ZBC and ZAC).
3) Advantages to varying SMR implementations in the DC.
4) Partnering with the Ecosystem to facilitate adoption.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 4:30pm - 5:00pm
LL21E San Jose Convention Center

4:50pm

Hardware Management: Break
Monday March 9, 2015 4:50pm - 5:00pm
LL21A San Jose Convention Center

5:00pm

Server: DaaP: An experiment with ExpressFabric
Monday March 9, 2015 5:00pm - 5:30pm
LL21D San Jose Convention Center

5:00pm

Storage: SMR - Why Are You So Cold - Mike Alexenko, HGST, a Western Digital Company
Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 5:00pm - 5:30pm
LL21E San Jose Convention Center

5:00pm

Hardware Management: Building a Microsoft cloud with open technologies
The Microsoft cloud ecosystem evolved considerably in recent years to interoperate with a wide range of open source technologies, including hardware (Open Compute), cloud software platforms (OpenStack), networking (Open vSwitch, OpenDaylight) and orchestration (Juju, Heat).
During this session we will show how to deploy in no time an entire OpenStack cloud based on Microsoft Hyper-V using MaaS and Juju. Networking is going to be based on Open vSwitch, which brings OVSDB and VXLAN to Hyper-V, allowing full interoperability with KVM and other hypervisors.
To conclude, we are going to orchestrate with Juju on top of our OpenStack cloud some of the most common Microsoft workloads, including Active Directory, IIS, SQL Server, SharePoint and Exchange, side by side with open source applications.

Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 5:00pm - 5:50pm
LL21A San Jose Convention Center

5:00pm

Certification: Certification tool demo, Jeff/Canonical
Speakers

Monday March 9, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
LL21F San Jose Convention Center

5:00pm

Data Center: Future contributions
  • Future contributions

Speakers
avatar for Jason Schafer

Jason Schafer

Data Center Project Lead
-Datacenter design, engineering, and operations | -DCIM | -Data Science | -New technologies and ideas


Monday March 9, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
LL20A San Jose Convention Center