Rootconf 2016

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Orchestration in IaaS & things around it

Submitted by Rajvel MP (@mprajvel) on Tuesday, 19 January 2016

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Technical level

Intermediate

Section

Full talk

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Objective

We all are consumers of services in some form or other, Consider cloud computing, it is easy to use; less hassle; zero maintenance. But what happening on the other side, how are they managing to keep the lights on. How are the cogs arranged and who controls its movements !!

are you curious, listen up :)

Description

We’ll take a real world example; a use case and let’s see how to go about it.

This talk will cover the following
1) A quick intro of IaaS and the components involved
2) How to build a orchestration engine that is scalable, maintenable and extendendable
3) what are the failure scenarios and how can we handle them
4) How can we build a system that will be agnostic and adaptable to new challenges
5) Performance measure using metrics

Speaker bio

I have architechted and implemented Orchestration, I have learnt my lessons the hard way.

Comments

  • 1
    Zainab Bawa (@zainabbawa) Reviewer 2 years ago

    Hello Rajvel, thanks for the submission. We require a more detailed outline of the talk to understand the session flow and takeaways for the audience. Please share either mind map or draft slides or more elaborate textual description. You could also do a short two-min video giving us an elevator pitch of your talk.

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      Rajvel MP (@mprajvel) Proposer 2 years ago

      I got it, have completly changed the desc, plz review.

      Yes thats a good idea, I’ll perhaps add the slides asap.

      Thanks

      • 1
        Zainab Bawa (@zainabbawa) Reviewer 2 years ago

        Excellent! This is also a good time to rethink the title of your talk – if you want to change it to make it sound more interesting or to repurpose it to suit the revised nature of your talk. Look forward to the slides, soonish!

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