Running a successful Trove'd OpenStack installation

2 April 6:00PM - 7:00PM @ Ballroom A

Duration: 
Birds of a Feather
Tired of producing yet another database server/cluster for your customer? This BOF session will focus on Trove, OpenStack Database as a Service, and its related components. Do you have questions, about Trove? Bring them along. This session will cover topics such as installation/operation, the future vision for Trove, and how you can help guide the future roadmap. Talk to people who are running Trove in production, as well as all other OpenStack components!


Speakers

Sr. Software Developer, Rackspace
Biography: 
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.
Founder & CTO, Tesora Inc
Biography: 
Amrith Kumar is a founder and chief technology officer of Tesora, the company focused on delivering a database as a service platform for OpenStack. He is an active technical contributor to, and a member of the core review team for the OpenStack Trove project. He brings more than two decades of experience delivering industry-leading products for companies specializing in enterprise storage applications, fault-tolerant high-performance systems and massively parallel databases. Amrith studied mathematics at the University of Madras (India) and management at the Indian Institute of Management.