Monthly Archives: October 2013

What I Am Looking Forward To At the OpenStack Summit In Hong Kong

Next week I will be attending, believe it or not, my first ever OpenStack Summit.  It will also be the first time I’ve been to Hong Kong since my family emigrated from there when I was seven years old.  Obviously, I am quite excited about seeing all the changes that have occurred there and enjoying […]

Cattle Wrangling For Pet Whisperers: Building A Multi-hypervisor OpenStack Cloud

I had the honor of speaking recently to the Minnesota OpenStack User Group in what organizer and networking guru, Kyle Mestery, called their “Massive Minnesota OpenStack Meetup.”  Besides having the privilege of listening to fellow speakers Theron Conrey, Colin McNamara, and Sean Roberts,  I had the opportunity to speak on the topic of “Building A […]

Deploying A HA OpenStack Cloud On Your Laptop

Introduction A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to talk about OpenStack and High Availability (HA) on the vBrownBag podcast.  The slide deck below (since updated) is based on the presentation I gave, during which we discussed OpenStack HA at the various layers of a Cloud platform, from the application down to the […]