COEP FOSSMeet'19

Libre, not Gratis

COEP FOSSMeet‘19 is College of Engineering, Pune’s own Free and Open Source Software event. It is jointly organised by Computer and IT department, COEP, COEP’s Free Software Users Group (COFSUG) and COEP’s - Information and Cyber Security Research Group (COEP - ICSRG).

With a vision to promote the culture of openness, innovation, and freedom, the meet intends to bring together FOSS developers, academicians, researchers, students and all those who love the FOSS movement and provide an opportunity to all technophiles out there to participate in the FOSS development and adoption process through hands-on sessions, discussions and lectures.

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Omkar Jadhav : 9405333642
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Organising Team, COEP FOSSMeet‘19

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Nilesh Chandekar

@nileshchandekar

Emulated Stack

Submitted Feb 4, 2019

With a technology like OpenStack which is and has always been demanding in terms of hardware requirements; not everyone can have access to the same amount of hardware that will be required to build a production grade cloud.

Due to hardware limitations; most openstack enthusiasts and cloud operators end up either with a single node packstack setup or with a minimal overcloud consisting of no isolated vlans and other custom configurations.

The focus of this session is to provide a way in which one can utilize the power of virtualization to emulate the required pieces of hardware to build a cloud that is close to what one will be deploying in a production environment.

The idea is to primarily build a fully virtual lab that will consists of switches, routers , storage and isolated vlans along with a Highly Available overcloud environment. This will assist the field teams to better plan and also potentially eliminate any potential issues that may be encountered while deploying production grade overclouds in actual production environments.

Here’s a outline of the various technologies that we will combine to emulate the stack:

A) OpenStack 
B) KVM 
C) EVE-NG

Outline

With a technology like OpenStack which is and has always been demanding in terms of hardware requirements; not everyone can have access to the same amount of hardware that will be required to build a production grade cloud.

Due to hardware limitations; most openstack enthusiasts and cloud operators end up either with a single node packstack setup or with a minimal overcloud consisting of no isolated vlans and other custom configurations.

The focus of this session is to provide a way in which one can utilize the power of virtualization to emulate the required pieces of hardware to build a cloud that is close to what one will be deploying in a production environment.

The idea is to primarily build a fully virtual lab that will consists of switches, routers , storage and isolated vlans along with a Highly Available overcloud environment. This will assist the field teams to better plan and also potentially eliminate any potential issues that may be encountered while deploying production grade overclouds in actual production environments.

Here’s a outline of the various technologies that we will combine to emulate the stack:

A) OpenStack 
B) KVM 
C) EVE-NG

Speaker bio

Nilesh Chandekar, working as a Cloud Engineering @ RedHat

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