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Tuesday, October 25 • 12:05 - 13:30
OpenNebula User Workshop

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This workshop will feature 10-minute presentations by community members describing aspects related to their use of OpenNebula:

  • Research projects
  • User experiences
  • Case studies
  • Best practices


The current agenda is:

“Network automation with VR”, Karsten Nielsen, Unity Technologies
When you look at automation there is automation and/or automatic. Which would you have in your infrastructure also when it comes to your networking ? I would prefer to have automatic and the new VR in opennebula 5 helps us to get there.

“Hâpy, make OpenNebula easy for all!”, Philippe Caseiro, Cadoles
Hâpy is an EOLE Module who provides a very simple to setup OpenNebula ""Single node"" cluster. But you also can build a simple multi-node cluster with Hâpy little brothers (Hâpy Master and Hâpy Node). Created and used by the EOLE community of users this Linux distribution make testing and first usages of OpenNebula very easy.
 
“Evolution of OpenNebula at Netways”, Sebastian Saemann, Netways
We at Netways are using OpenNebula in production for more than 4 years now. I will show you and talk about the evolution of our cloud infrastructure from the early days to now with focus on the actual setup and its components, including Ceph, Puppet/Foreman and Fog.
 
“Provisioning Flexible and High Available Climate Data Services”, Marco Mancini, CMCC Foundation
The Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC) Foundation is a non-profit research institution that manages and promotes scientific and applied activities in the field of international climate change research.  In this talk, CLIMA, the climate information management platform that has been developed recently at CMCC Supercomputing Center, will be presented. The platform is based on iRODS, an open source data management software that provides features such as data discovery, automated data workflows, secure collaboration and data virtualization. The main goal in CLIMA is to provide climate data services such as data portals, data delivery, and data analytics, that are provisioned through OpenNebula private cloud by using features such as Oneflow and Onegate. Moreover, CLIMA can provision  high available climate data services, by using a cloud hybrid approach based on the federation of OpenNebula and iRODS zones defined on-premise and on Amazon AWS. 

"MICHAL - flexible infrastructure accounting framework", Michal Kimle, CESNET
This talk will introduce a flexible accounting framework with data visualization capabilities called MICHAL, that we at CESNET developed for our infrastructure. Framework is able to gather data from multiple sources, OpenNebula being one of them, process it and present the result in a form of charts. MICHAL isn't bind to only one platform and can be easily extended to support accounting of multiple parts of the infrastructure. As part of the presentation, we will discuss our data gathering techniques, MICHAL's design and functionality, currently available data processing modules for IaaS cloud and plans for the future development.

"The Lightway Approach to Build Cloud CyberSecurity Exercise Platform", Yi-Lun (Serena) Pan, National Center for High-performance Computing (NCHC)
In the era of Cloud Service and Internet of Things, information security has already become a transnational issue. In recent years, the large scale cyber attack via the connection of BotNet has become a thorny issue of Global information security. Taiwan is always the main target of international hackers due to the high dense of information devices and computers in campuses are always the favorite of hackers. To help tackling such an issue, the Ezilla, which is considered as a private Cloud toolkit ( integrated with OpenNebula), has been implemented by the CyberSecurity research team in the National Center for High-performance Computing (NCHC), Taiwan. Through the Ezilla which leverages OpenNebula and CyberSecuirty techniques, Cloud users can easily customize and configure a specified Cloud security training environment. It is an extremely lightweight approach helping users to access virtual computing resources. The main feature of this project is simplifying the utilization of Clouds. Our goal is to make Cloud security scientists or users painlessly to run their own CyberSecurity jobs on Cloud platforms, including Cyber Defense Exercise, Malware Knowledge Base, etc.. Based on the proposed CyberSecurity Exercise Platform, we also develop new functions which are  private Cloud information security training service, Captur the Flags (CTF) competition service, and virtual networking service for enterprise.

Moderators
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Jaime Melis

OpenNebula Engineer, OpenNebula Systems
Jaime Melis is an OpenNebula core developer. He works for OpenNebula Systems, the company behind OpenNebula. Among other things, he is a cloud consultant, an OpenNebula evangelist and a FOSS enthusiast. He is a developer and a sysadmin, who mostly works on networking and storage drivers for OpenNebula. He is also a big jazz fan.

Speakers
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Philippe Caseiro

CTO, Cadoles
Free software activist since 2002, I work for Cadoles since 2012, during this time I manage to make the first try and the first OpenNebula cluster for Eole project and make it usable and loved by the Team. | | I used to be an VMWare Administrator and intrested in virtualisation since that time. | | Working with Cadoles clients (Académie de la Réunion, Ministère de l'énvironement et de la Mer) we create an simple Eole module to... Read More →
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Michal Kimle

Researcher, CESNET
Michal Kimle is a researcher/developer at CESNET where he is a member of the team responsible for designing, building, developing and maintaining CESNET’s private HPC cloud - MetaCloud. He is also a main developer and maintainer of jOCCI - OCCI client library for Java.
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Marco Mancini

CTO - Supercomputing Center, CMCC Foundation
Marco Mancini is Chief Technology Officer at Supercomputing Center (SCC) at the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC) Foundation. His main responsibilities is to evaluate and experiment new technologies that improve SCC services; actually, his main activities are related to the application of virtualization, cloud computing and software-defined storage technologies for the management of large scientific data volumes on distributed... Read More →
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Karsten Nielsen

Service Infrastructure and Operations Manager, Unity Technologies
Karsten Nielsen is Service Infrastructure and Operations Manager at Unity Technologies. He has a academic background in Business Administration and Information Systems. He has been working as a IT Systems Administrator for more than a decade with a main focus on Linux and OSS. | Karsten has been working with OpenNebula since version 3.2.
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Yi-Lun (Serena) Pan

Associate Researcher, National Center for High-performance Computing (NCHC)
I am an associate researcher at Software Development Division, National Center for High-performance Computing (NCHC), Taiwan. I am also a Contributor of Open Source, especially the project Ezilla which is combined with Opennebula. Now I am visiting scholar in Northwestern University, USA. My research is related to virtualization technology (OpenStack and OpenNebula), cybersecurity technology research. I am working on managing cybersecurity... Read More →
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Sebastian Saemann

Head of Managed Services, Netways Managed Services GmbH



Tuesday October 25, 2016 12:05 - 13:30
Hall A Barcelo Sants Hotel - MR 14