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OpenStack Summit Spring 2015:

With the end of the summit yesterday it's time to summarize the event. And the one word that comes to mind is:

Container

Whether it's in Murano, Magnum, Kubernetes, Rocket, Docker or LXD, the next big thing for OpenStack will be container support.

And maybe IPv6 for Neutron.

Looking forward to the final Liberty release and the fall summit!
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Neutron Networking packet path or What's in the toilet after a night of heavy drinking +OpenStack+OpenStack Summit Vancouver​
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Containers are great. Management systems to put things into containers, not so great. Upstream packaging of useful things ... worse.
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I was looking for penguins near my house but only found this sunset.
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+OpenStack Summit Vancouver​ Day one;

After unsuccessfully attempting to get the Māori macron in my name sorted (come on people it's 2015 UTF8 isn't hard!) Had my pick of sessions starting with the roadmap including +Nuage Networks​'s own +Scott Drennan. Which looked out across the various sub modules and the focus expectations for the next few releases. ( slide pack here : https://my.syncplicity.com/share/ssdaxrawlx03cfr/A%20Glimpse%20At%20The%20Roadmap%20Deck%20V4%20(Final) )

Then on to several Sessions looking at Kilo release features in particular the Libvirt one which includes nova support for Pinning and Target compute masks which is a nice to have.

Manilla is the distributed file system broker. Which is designed to make it easy to give instances access to filesystem level distributed storage from horizon et al.

The last half of the day I went to the Neutron panel and the bare metal service ironic sessions.

Vendor swag evening I left early. This is a huge conference and 6000 people in a hall getting progressively more swag and drunk wasn't my scene. I did come away with about 6 items of clothing. And I was judicious.


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Thanks for reminder, fixed your name in my contacts now. I should've known done that long ago considering my own name...
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Great journey bro. Love the look of the kai yum. And stink to hear that the NZ beer isn't even from NZ! Isn't that illegal or something lol. Kia pai to haerenga. 
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    New Product Introduction Engineer, 2014 - present
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I am picky with Thai food. I cook a lot and have lived in Various parts of Thailand and SE Asia. So I was excited when I saw the menu. This resto probably has some of the best Sai au (northern fermented pork sausage) outside of North Thailand. Their Moo Larp is also very authentic. Atmosphere tries to emulate a small local neighborhood resto/pub in Thailand; and considering it's in the middle of soulless Toronto does a good job. But the main attraction is the food.
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The Inari roll was good but I had the Okonomiyaki; easily crappiest I've had. Like a sad little pikelet topped with to much Dashi and Mayo. The Chicken Bao I also had were tasty but were basically cheap burger sliders. Go elsewhere.
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Had the Squid Entree and the lobster risotto. Everything was pretty good and they kept me filled up with olives and goats cheese aperitifs. Only thing I wasn't a fan of is the imported water. Seriously water is water and I don't need a carbon footprint the size of the iron giants on it.
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Average at best. Too large cuts to sashimi. I had the sashimi lunch which at 18$ was a rip off. I always ask to remove Tuna due to it not being sustainable and asked to sub in other fish. They just removed it without subbing in anything. Staff mostly can speak Japanese tho which is a one up on the Majority of Places in Canada.
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They have proper Vietnam Coffee which made me happy in my Jet Lagged to hell state when I found them . Had the Juliene pork and Pie which was a bit greasy but as you expect the homemade pie (more a quiche) was a tasty addition to the old favorite
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