NETWAYS is using OpenNebula in their multi-customer cloud for years now. Having the roots in a typical XEN replacement, more and more cloud functionalities are used in production now. The system is …
NETWAYS is using OpenNebula in their multi-customer cloud for years now. Having the roots in a typical XEN replacement, more and more cloud functionalities are used in production now. The system is heavily coupled with Puppet and all other internal systems like monitoring, backup and accounting. The talk will focus on the hurdles taken in the last years starting with various design considerations and different steps made to achieve the “final” architecture NETWAYS is using today. It’ will also give a detailed view onthe current setup and connected subsystems.
Bernd Erk, Managing Director, has overseen the Managed Services, Consulting and Development business areas at NETWAYS since 2007. Ensuring the success and smooth operation of all customer projects and business processes, Bernd’s technical expertise stretches across Systems Management, Managed Services and Software Development. A contributor to Linux Magazine and Linux Technical Review in Germany, Bernd regularly publishes articles and presents on open source topics ranging across Icinga monitoring, MySQL database monitoring, OpenNebula Cloud framework and performance tuning among others.
Bernd was previously Operating Systems Specialist at Quelle Schickedanz AG & Co., where he worked heavily with Solaris, HPUX and Oracle databases. After which, Bernd spent 8 years as Business Unit Manager at Ise-Informatik where he dealt with Oracle databases and service oriented architectures.