The data center is changing, and the role of server operating systems is evolving along with it. CentOS is taking on the challenge of becoming a platform for innovation that enables next-generation services to meet the needs of the data center today and tomorrow.
We'll look at how CentOS is embracing special interest groups (SIGs) and variants, in addition to its standard offerings, to meet those needs.
We'll also take time for Q&A and let the audience introduce themselves so that attendees can make the most of the "hallway" track.
Apache Stratos (Incubating) is the Platform as a Service (PaaS) project from Apache community.
The design and architecture of Stratos present some unique advantages to the users. The multi-tenancy model, where it allows high multi-tenancy density within a deployment is a key advantage. The ability to control IaaS resources, per could, per region, per zone paves the way to easily achieve high availability and disaster recover. Multi-factor based auto scaling, dynamic load balancing and cloud bursting are some of the other key noteworthy differentiators in Stratos PaaS. This session will highlight the advantages of using Apache Stratos (Incubating) as your PaaS framework.
CloudStack as a Cloudproduct is mature. It is amazing to see that people that love this product were able to get to this level. CloudStack is being used by ISPs, system integrators and also enterprises. The big corporates however seem to be hesitant on using CloudStack. Why is that? And what can we do about it.