What a great turnout in Barcelona for yet another amazing OpenStack Summit!!  With so many session choices and never enough time, we wanted to share some key content from IBM you should definitely check out.

The OpenStack Summit is the place to network, skill up on OpenStack and plan your cloud strategy.  As part of the conference, IBM hosted a full day track, with a theme of “Delivering Solutions with Choice”.  Session topics included: Beginners content, enterprise perspectives, and a four part beginner series titled “Microservices on the Open Cloud”.  If you missed any of our sessions, check out the direct links below.  All videos hosted from http://www.openstack.org/videos.

As a Headline event sponsor, IBM presented a keynote presentation titled  “Why Enterprise Clients are Serious About OpenStack”.  Watch the video here.  This included IBM GM Don Rippert and a client testimonial from Materna.  Uwe Scariot, Senior VP from Materna shared a compelling story about why they selected OpenStack as their infrastructure of choice for new cloud solutions. You will hear about their views on why Interoperability is important and why they chose IBM Bluebox (now IBM Bluemix Private Cloud).

Because of the overwhelming response to our OpenStack for Beginners session we are publishing the slides posted here for a limited time.

Video Links for ‘Delivering Solutions with Choice’ Sessions:
11:25 – 12:05  OpenStack for Beginners
12:15 – 12:55  The Open Cloud: A Platform of Possibilities
2:15 – 2:55    Don’t Just Take Our Word for It: Use Cases from Materna & AT&T

3:05 – 3:45    Microservices on the Open Cloud: Part 1 – Designing Effective Microservices
3:55 – 4:35    Microservices on the Open Cloud: Part 2 – Deploying Infrastructure Foundations
5:05 – 5:45    Microservices on the Open Cloud: Part 3 – Delivering Applications Microservices
5:55 – 6:35    Microservices on the Open Cloud: Part 4 – Directing Microservice Deployments with DevOps

1 comment on"Barcelona OpenStack Summit Update: Delivering Solutions with Choice"

  1. That intgshi’s just what I’ve been looking for. Thanks!

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