2OpenStack Is Enabling the Software-Defined Economy
Jonathan Bryce, executive director of the OpenStack Foundation, detailed during his opening day keynote how the open-source cloud platform is driving the software-defined economy.
3BMW Uses OpenStack
4Helping to Solve the Mysteries of the Universe at CERN
The CERN particle physics lab was also among the OpenStack users that discussed cloud deployment at the Paris Summit. Tim Bell, infrastructure services manager at CERN, detailed how his group is using OpenStack to solve some of the biggest mysteries in the universe.
5Tapjoy Using OpenStack and Amazon AWS
6The Cloud Conga Line
Rajeev Khanna, vice president of Global Infrastructure Services at Expedia, explained in his keynote how Expedia also uses both Amazon and OpenStack. Khanna also made reference to the complexity of a private cloud deployment as a “conga line” of different technologies and services that need to be deployed.
7Dreading Heartbleed at OpenStack
Robert Clark, lead security architect at Hewlett-Packard Cloud Services, explained the DREAD approach to threat modeling at the Summit. DREAD is an acronym for Damage potential, Reproducibility, Exploitability, Affected users and Discoverability.
8OpenStack Has a Zero Percent Unemployment Rate
9OpenStack Market Showcases Vendor Products
10Talking Cloud, Watching Star Trek
11IBM Shows Off Power8 Servers
12Designing OpenStack Kilo
13A Night of Culture at D’orsay
14Looking at Real Clouds and the Eiffel Tower
15Next Stop, Vancouver
The next OpenStack Summit is scheduled to take place in Vancouver, British Columbia, May 18-22, 2015.