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VMTurbo to Present at OpenStack Summit 2016 in Austin
VMTurbo, the only application performance control platform, announced that it will be exhibiting at OpenStack Summit 2016 this week in Austin, and will have staff presenting sessions in two tracks: "Guaranteeing Performance in High-Density OpenStack Environments," with VP, Advanced Solutions Endre Sara; as well as "Couch to OpenStack -- Getting Started with the OpenStack Learning Lab" with Principal Solutions Engineer Eric Wright.

"We're proud to have been selected to present two talks at the Summit, and are excited to engage with the OpenStack Community," said Wright. "VMTurbo has made a significant commitment to OpenStack and beyond to the greater open source community, with recent contributions to Kubernetes along with various other projects. Open source is an important part of our culture, and Endre and I look forward to sharing our learnings at the OpenStack Summit."

VMTurbo's open source contributions can be found on GitHub here.

Guaranteeing Performance in High-Density OpenStack Environments takes place Monday, April 25 from 2:50-3:30 pm on Level 4, meeting room 16 A/B of the Austin Convention Center. In the presentation attendees can expect to learn:

  • The challenges facing organizations implementing OpenStack in production environments
  • The methods organizations use to match these challenges -- and these methods' limitations at scale
  • An overview of VMTurbo's Application Performance Control algorithm
  • How VMTurbo's framework extends to guarantee OpenStack performance
  • An overview of VMTurbo contributions to OpenStack codebase
  • A selection of use cases

Couch to OpenStack occurs on Monday, April 25 from 2-2:40 pm on Level 4, meeting room 17 A/B of the convention center. In this presentation, attendees will get a walk through of the learning program and be given resources to spin up a demo environment on their own machines using Vagrant and VirtualBox. This session will be very interactive to help encourage attendees to get help with starting their journeys to becoming OpenStack operators.

Published Monday, April 25, 2016 5:18 PM by David Marshall
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