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Introducing: OpenInfra Live—a weekly hour-long series sharing production case studies, open source demos, industry conversations, and the latest updates from the global open infrastructure community!

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Thursday, July 22, 2021

Kata Containers Use Cases

The #KataContainers community is going to host community members from AMD, Ant Group, Apple, IBM, and Huawei to share how they’re running Kata. Kata Containers Architecture Committee members and upstream contributors will provide an update on community development and the project roadmap.

Thursday, July 15, 2021

How OpenStack Large Clouds Manage their Spare Capacity

One of the reasons workloads moved to virtualization and clouds was to avoid having underutilized resources. But as demand for resources goes up and down, the cloud itself can now have a lot of spare capacity. How do OpenStack-based large scale clouds manage their spare capacity? Join this live discussion between operators of private and public clouds with InMotion Hosting, CERN, NECTAR research cloud, Verizon Media, City Network and Open Telekom Cloud.

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Thursday, July 29, 2021 @ 14:00 UTC (9AM CT)

Kubernetes and OpenStack Working Together

The Kubernetes steering committee and OpenStack technical committee meet regularly to talk about cross-community learnings and collaboration opportunities. Join members of both governance bodies to ask questions about integration, cross-project support and how you can stay updated on the latest developments.

FeaturingChristoph Blecker, Jay Bryant, Ghanshyam Mann, Davanum Srinivas, Kendall Nelson

Thursday, August 12, 2021 @ 9:00 UTC (4AM CT)

Bare Metal: Ironic In Production

Join us as members from the Bare Metal SIG join us to discuss how Ironic works to simplify many of the hardships physical bare metal operators deal with on a daily basis, including an overview of the project, project roadmap, and use cases of Ironic in production.

Thursday, August 19, 2021 @ 14:00 UTC (9AM CT)

OpenStack Basics

For the uninitiated, OpenStack's role in cloud infrastructure can be a little hard to understand unless you know it's capabilities and how it operates. Furthermore if someone is new to infrastructure-as-a-service, OpenStack looks a lot like virtualization or simply like public cloud offerings. In this session we will start at the very beginning and walk our way through early services.

FeaturingBen Silverman

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Thursday, July 22, 2021

Kata Containers Use Cases

The #KataContainers community is going to host community members from AMD, Ant Group, Apple, IBM, and Huawei to share how they’re running Kata. Kata Containers Architecture Committee members and upstream contributors will provide an update on community development and the project roadmap.

FeaturingSamuel Ortiz (Apple), Eric Ernst (Apple), Brent Hollingsworth (AMD), Hubertus Franke (IBM), Peng Tao (Ant Group), and Shaobao Feng (Huawei).

Thursday, July 15, 2021

How OpenStack Large Clouds Manage their Spare Capacity

One of the reasons workloads moved to virtualization and clouds was to avoid having underutilized resources. But as demand for resources goes up and down, the cloud itself can now have a lot of spare capacity. How do OpenStack-based large scale clouds manage their spare capacity? Join this live discussion between operators of private and public clouds with InMotion Hosting, CERN, NECTAR research cloud, Verizon Media, City Network and Open Telekom Cloud.

FeaturingBelmiro Moreira (CERN), Chris Bermudez (InMotion Hosting), Sam Morrison(NECTAR), Brendan Conlan (Verizon Media), Erik Johansson (CityNetwork), Viktor Molnar (T-Systems)

Thursday, July 8, 2021

The Role of Open Source in Digital Sovereignty

Johan Christenson, CEO of CityNetwork, hosts a discussion around the role of open source in digital sovereignty between Pierre Gronlier, CTO of Gaia-X, Kurt Garloff, CTO at Sovereign Cloud Stack, and Linda Siwe, Chief Commercial Officer at Binero.

FeaturingJohan Christenson, Pierre Gronlier, Kurt Garloff, Linda Siwe

Thursday, July 1, 2021

Building the Intelligent Edge with Open Source Technologies

Ildiko Vancsa will host Mark Collier, OpenInfra Foundation COO and Paul Miller, Wind River CTO, to learn about the results of the edge computing survey conducted by Wind River and provide insight into how upstream communities are making progress for this emerging use case.

FeaturingPaul Miller, Mark Collier, Ildiko Vancsa

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Open Source Job Openings (and how to land them)

Are you looking for a job in open source? Curious about what companies might be right for you? Join us as we spotlight companies with open infrastructure job openings, learn about their company cultures, and hear what they are looking for in candidates.

FeaturingCanonical, OVH, T-Systems, Whitestack

Thursday, June 17, 2021

How to Start Contributing Upstream to OpenInfra

Victoria Martinez de la Cruz, an OpenStack contributor who joined the community through the Outreachy internship program, will be joined by Kendall Nelson, OpenInfra Upstream Developer Advocate, and contributors who are just getting started. The group will discuss internships, mentoring, and how you can get started contributing upstream to open source projects like OpenStack, Airship, Kata, StarlingX and Zuul.

FeaturingVictoria Martinez de la Cruz, Kendall Kelson, Archana Kumari

Thursday, June 10, 2021

Upgrades in Large Scale OpenStack infrastructure: The Discussion

Keeping up with new OpenStack releases can be a challenge. In this continuation of the May 20 OpenInfra Live episode, a panel of large scale OpenStack infrastructure operators from Blizzard Entertainment, OVHcloud, Workday, Vexxhost and CERN, join us again to further discuss upgrades.

FeaturingBelmiro Moreira (CERN), Arnaud Morin (OVH). Mohammed Naser (Vexxhost), Imtiaz Chowdhury (Workday), and Joshua Slater (Blizzard)

Thursday, June 3, 2021

OpenInfra AMA (Ask Me Anything)

Are the hyperscale public clouds killing open source? Is open source actually secure? How does open source impact software supply chains? Join us as Jonathan Bryce (Executive Director, OpenInfra Foundation), Mark Collier (COO, OpenInfra Foundation) and Allison Randal (Board Chair, OpenInfra Foundation) answer all of your toughest questions live on Thursday, June 3rd 14:00 UTC. Share your questions with us in advance in the comments section of our social media channels like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

FeaturingJonathan Bryce, Mark Collier, Allison Randal

Thursday, May 27, 2021

Large Scale Open Source CI Featuring Zuul

Don’t merge broken code. Infrastructure at scale relies on quality software that is tested before it’s deployed. Operators rely on open source CI systems like Zuul for gating, scaling across organizations and cross-project dependencies.

FeaturingJim Blair, Mohammed Naser, and Jimmy McArthur

Thursday, May 20, 2021

Upgrades in Large Scale OpenStack infrastructure

Keeping up with new #OpenStack releases can be a challenge. At a very large scale, it can be daunting. In this episode of OpenInfra.Live, operators from some of the largest OpenStack deployments at Blizzard Entertainment, OVH, Bloomberg, Workday, Vexxhost or CERN will explain their upgrades methodology, share their experience, and answer the questions of our live audience.

FeaturingBelmiro Moreira (CERN), Arnaud Morin (OVH). Mohammed Naser (Vexxhost), Imtiaz Chowdhury (Workday), Chris Morgan (Bloomberg), and Joshua Slater (Blizzard)

Thursday, May 13, 2021

Open Edge Infrastructure Conundrums and Solution

As edge computing use cases demand the cloud to break out of large data centers, they also put new challenges on infrastructure as the scale and geographical distribution is going through a yet unprecedented growth.

FeaturingIldiko Vancsa, Gergely Csatari, Greg Waines, Matt Peters, and Mingyuan Qi

Thursday, May 6, 2021

The Future of the Network Depends on Open Infrastructure

How different would your daily life be without constant, reliable high speed access to the Internet? While network access and 4G speeds have continued to improve, the speed of those networks is expected to decline for 3.3 billion people. Bridging this digital divide and improving global connectivity are critical to human progress. What are the possibilities, where will commercial success be found and what needs to change to improve connectivity around the world?

FeaturingMartin Casado, Bruce Davie, Amar Padmanabhan, Jonathan Bryce, and Mark Collier

Thursday, April 29, 2021

OpenInfra Project Teams Gathering Recap

Join for a Project Teams Gathering (PTG) recap! Project leaders from OpenStack, Kata Containers, StarlingX, OpenStack Ironic, the Edge Computing Group, Scientific SIG, and Multi-Arch SIG provide recaps from discussions held at the PTG.

FeaturingKendall Waters, Fabiano Fidencio, Rico Lin, Greg Waines, Ildiko Vancsa, Julia Kreger, and Stig Telfer

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Behind the scenes of the OpenStack TC

The OpenStack Technical Committee is the governing body of the OpenStack open source project. It is an elected group that represents the contributors to the project, and has oversight on all technical matters. This includes developers, operators and end users of the software.

FeaturingAshlee Ferguson, Ghanshyam Mann, Jay Bryant, Julia Krieger, Thierry Carrez, Dan Smith, Mohammed Naser, Radosław Piliszek, and Belmiro Moreira

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Wallaby Release Community Meeting

Wallaby, the 23rd release of OpenStack, makes improvements to role-based access control (RBAC) and integration with other open source projects including Ceph, Kubernetes and Prometheus to strengthen open infrastructure for cloud native applications.

FeaturingErin Disney, Ghanshyam Mann, Kendall Nelson, Brian Rosmaita, Slawek Kaplonski, Julia Kreger, Balazs Gibizer, Xin-Ran Wang, Radosław Piliszek, and Goutham Pacha Ravi

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