Keynote: KVM, OpenStack and the Open Cloud - Mike Day, IBM & Monty Taylor, HP
KVM is the primary hypervisor used in OpenStack deployments, combining two major open source projects to deliver open cloud computing. This presentation will review the architecture of both KVM and OpenStack, highlight the potential synergies and benefits, and discuss productionOpenStack cloud deployments which use KVM. It will also look forward to future developments in KVM, OpenStack and their ecosystems and how these will influence open cloud computing.
Distinguished Engineer and Virtualization Architect, IBM
Mike Day is an IBM Distinguished Engineer and is the Virtualization Architect for IBM's Open Systems Group. Mike has developed network operating systems, internet protocols, systems management software and hardware, security protocols, and virtualization software. Mike lead IBM's entry into open-source hypervisor development with the Xen hypervisor, and now directs IBM's development focus on the KVM hypervisor, sometimes contributing upstream... Read More →
Monty is Manager of Developer Automation and Infrastructure for HP Public Cloud. He runs the developer tooling, automation and process for the OpenStack project, is an at-large member of the OpenStack Project Policy Board, and is a regular conference speaker around the world. Monty has been with OpenStack since its inception, but before that was a core developer on Drizzle at Rackspace, and a Senior Consultant at MySQL, Inc. | | Monty is an HP... Read More →
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