Learn how to create a complete OpenStack deployment with UCS, Nexus and the Cisco OpenStack Installer. Cisco's OpenStack solution supports multiple distributions including Red Hat OpenStack and Ubuntu. Also learn how the Cloud Services Router (CSR) integration with OpenStack enables additional billable services for per-tenant routing and security. In this session you will learn down to increase the networking scalability of OpenStack with both hardware and software Nexus products including Nexus 1000V on KVM. Orchestrating next generation data center architectures including Dynamic Fabric Automation using OpenStack will be detailed . This session will also discuss how UCS Manager makes it easy to configure a bare metal node for OpenStack pilot and production deployments with both blade and rack mount servers. The Cisco OpenStack Installer will also be featured in this presentation with instructions on how to install OpenStack with High-Availability (HA) on UCS with Nexus.
Sr. Product Manager, OpenStack, Cisco
Duane is the OpenStack product manager at Cisco. Duane has previously held product manager positions at Cisco in areas including virtualization, security, content networking and storage area networking. Duane has also held software engineering positions at both Cisco and IBM. Duane authored ?Self-Defending Networks: the Next Generation of Network Security? with Cisco Press and represented Cisco in the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC). Duane has also been a... Read More →
Ashok Rajagopalan is responsible for driving cloud and virtualization solutions product strategy at Cisco, part of the Data Center Group, including mapping out next-generation solutions and the products route to market. Prior to joining Cisco, he was part of the product team of the Brocade server business unit and I/O Architect at HP enterprise server group building scale-up and scale-out server products. Mr. Rajagopalan holds an MBA from Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley and MSEE... Read More →
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