Florian Haas, CEO of hastexo, on Cloud Automation in OpenStack with Heat.
Hosting your applications and services in a public cloud, it is common for them to grow to fairly significant complexity. At the same time, it is absolutely vital that you maintain scalability and reproducibility for all your deployments. In City Cloud, you can easily meet these requirements with OpenStack Heat, the built-in cloud orchestration service. Heat allows you to create arbitrarily complex environments including virtual servers, networks, firewalls, and even load balancers, and scale them up and down as your business requires.
For those of you that couldn’t make the live class, here is the replay.
About Florian Haas
Florian has been an active member of the OpenStack community since early 2011. He has driven and contributed to lively discussions within the community about OpenStack high availability, distributed storage integration, automation and deployment, and other topics.
If you’re architecting a data center, deploying a storage platform, or providing an environment for people to train and learn on, locking yourself into proprietary technology is not an option.
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