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Vendor Talk: Expert Insights: Building an OpenStack Deployment on Oracle Solaris
Dave Miner, Senior Principal Software Engineer, Oracle Corporation
OpenStack, the popular open source cloud computing platform, continues to expand its momentum and integration into enterprise cloud infrastructures. OpenStack APIs have become a de-facto standard for building compute, network and storage components. It provides comprehensive self-service environments for sharing and managing compute, network, and storage resources through a centralized web-based portal. OpenStack has been integrated into all the core technology foundations of Oracle Solaris, allowing you to set up an enterprise private cloud infrastructure in minutes.
In this session, Dave Miner describes how he deployed and maintains an OpenStack cloud for the Oracle Solaris engineering team. He uses all the great features that Solaris has always had to deploy, update, secure, and automate an enterprise cloud infrastructure. He uses his extensive experience with OpenStack to develop new Solaris features that support our customers' adoption of OpenStack. Prior to being knee-deep in OpenStack, he was the key architect for the Oracle Solaris 11 automated installer, unified archives, and many system management and networking features.
Dave Miner is Oracle's Solaris architect for cloud, deployment, and system management technologies. His hands are quite dirty these days building and operating Solaris engineering's OpenStack cloud.
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