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Monday, April 15 • 9:50am - 10:30am
Getting from Grizzly to Havana: A DevOps Upgrade Pattern

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Upgrade Orchestrations are essential! We're both delighted and frustrated by OpenStack's pace of innovation because by the time we get the current release working then new hotness arrives. Last year, it was enough to just install OpenStack, but now we think it's required to have an upgrade plan. As the founders of Crowbar, we are leaders in the cookbook design for OpenStack and have a lot of experience with orchestration for OpenStack deployments. This community discussion about our proposed upgrade pattern reviews our devops recommendations (do NOT mix cookbooks for multiple releases) and orchestration design (dedicated cookbooks for orchestration). If you're interested in cookbooks that are testable and minimize complexity then this session is for you! We want orchestrations between versions that can focus on the specific use-cases around the migration scenarios like incremental, fastest-possible, change of operating system, or VM migration. If you agree that migrations between versions are also very important then look no farther! 

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Rob Hirschfeld

CEO/Founder, RackN
With a background in Mechanical and Systems Engineering, Rob Hirschfeld specializes in large scale, integrated, and innovative cloud systems. Currently he's a community elected OpenStack Foundation board member. Commercially, he's leading RackN, an open software converged infrastructure platforms for scale commodity data centers based on the OpenCrowbar project (which he founded). Previously, he led Dell's OpenStack and Crowbar projects. As a... Read More →

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