Building Muti-Tenant Virtual Data Centers with Quantum (Ballroom)
In the OpenStack community we are creating a platform that allows any business or service provider to build and deploy their own cloud. The intent is to support a wide range of application developers designing and deploying apps on top of a set of open services. OpenStack’s Nova compute service virtualizes compute. Swift virtualizes storage. Quantum is a network virtualization service that in essence makes it possible for each application or company to build their own virtual data center within a multi-tenant environment. In this talk, we will cover the origins of Quantum’s abstractions, use cases, and possibilities for both application developers and service providers.
Lew Tucker is Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Cloud Computing at Cisco, where he is responsible for shaping the future cloud strategy and products. Within Cisco's CTO organization, he leads a team contributing to the OpenStack community.
Tucker has more than 20 years of experience in the high-tech industry, ranging from distributed systems and artificial intelligence to software development andsystems architecture. Prior to Cisco, he was VP and CTO for Cloud Computing at Sun... Read More →
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