Openstack Trove - Database as a Service
Cloud and Virtualization
4 April 11:00AM - 11:50AM @ Ballroom D
50 minutes conference
Trove is now an officially incubated Openstack Project. It has become the standard Openstack implementation for Database as a Service in the Cloud. Trove has become the approved API and implementation for provisioning and managing both relational and non-relational databases in Openstack deployments. Since the previous Percona conference, we've attracted many more contributors, added several new data stores, and now support a Clustering API among many other new features. Come hear about what Trove is, the progress we've made, and how you can join in the community effort to build a truly open Database as a Service product.
Lead Software Developer, HP
Vipul Sabhaya works in the HP Cloud Platform Services team out of Seattle as a Lead Software Developer. Vipul led the HP Cloud effort to get a Database as a Service product to Private Beta with Openstack RedDwarf. Vipul is excited about building awesome community-based Platform as a Service software on top of Openstack. Before joining HP Cloud, Vipul worked on architecture and development of Cloud-based B2B Integration Platform at Hubspan. Vipul graduated with a Bachelors in Computer Science from the University of Washington.
Sr. Software Developer, Rackspace
Michael is a Sr. Software Developer and OpenStack Reddwarf Community Development Lead at Rackspace focused on ensuring that Reddwarf is a world class database service for OpenStack. Michael is a proven software professional having successfully led the development and deployment of Reddwarf on the Rackspace Cloud. Michael started his career literally building the cloud before the cloud was "hip", contributing to Mosso's Cloud Sites, a combination of clustering, load-balancing, virtualization, database, and scaling solutions for the web. When not hacking on OpenStack, Michael enjoys his free time in Berkeley, California, lounging about with his wife and newborn son.
Senior Systems Engineer, Hewlett Packard
Patrick Galbraith is a principal engineer at HP in the Advanced Technology Group. He is the author or two books: “Developing Web Applications with Apache, MySQL, memcached, and Perl” (Wiley) “Expert PHP and MySQL” (Wiley) In his “spare time”, he also maintains DBD::mysql, DBD::drizzle, FederatedX storage engine and the Memcached Functions for MySQL as well as tinkering with various other OpenSource and OpenStack projects. Patrick lives up in the sticks of New Hampshire with his wife Ruth and son Kiran, daughter Sara, lots of trees and rocks, as well as his Kubota tractor.