Vote for SaltStack at OpenStack Summit Tokyo
More than a dozen talks related to SaltStack were submitted to the OpenStack Summit Tokyo call for speakers. These talks were submitted by smart folks from SaltStack, eBay, Verizon, Rackspace, 99cloud and others.
The OpenStack community selects which talks make the final agenda and voting is open now, but voting closes at 11:59pm Pacific on July 30. So please take a few minutes now to vote for some of our favorite SaltStack at OpenStack Summit Tokyo talks.
Vote for some of our favorite SaltStack at OpenStack Summit Tokyo talks
“Getting Started With OpenStack Management Using Salt,” by Mike Place, SaltStack core platform developer.
“20 minutes to OpenStack using SaltStack,” by Dave Boucha, SaltStack senior engineer, and Nitin Madhok, Clemson University systems developer and programmer.
“Use Salt to powerfully manage infrastructure on top of your OpenStack cloud,” by Dave Boucha, SaltStack senior engineer.
“Effectively using Puppet and Salt for complex cloud deployments,” by Aliasgar Ginwala, eBay software engineer.
“Deploying OpenStack New Hotness on Old Servers with SaltStack and Python Wheels,” by Cory Wright, Rackspace Linux systems engineer, and Cory Stone, Rackspace software engineer.
“Deploying an Openstack Cluster with SaltStack,” by Sinh Lam,
Verizon Digital Media Services lead systems engineer.
“Deploying OpenStack with SaltStack,” by Jin Nan, 99cloud senior product director, and Xia Bing, 99cloud software developer.