On February 28th and 29th we held a Virtual Build a Cloud Day event to educate users on how to combine open source software into an infrastructure-as-a-service cloud. We know that not everyone could attend all the great talks so we have made the recordings and presentations available for viewing at your leisure. All video broadcasts and slide decks are now available online:
The presentations include:
These presentations were presented by some of the world's biggest experts in Cloud Computing and open source software and we hope you find them valuable.
Discussion on the state of cloud computing and open source software that helps build, manage, and deliver everything-as-a-service.
At last week's USENIX LISA we had the opportunity to teach users how to build and manage open source cloud computing environments using open source software at Build a Cloud Day Boston. Our program featured presentations from Chef, CloudStack, Gluster, Puppet and Zenoss. Our next Build an Open Source Cloud Day will be at the Southern California Linux Expo on January 20th, 2011 in Los Angeles. Here are the slides from some of the presentations.
CloudStack Community Manager, David Nalley gave an introduction to CloudStack for delivering infrastructure-as-a-service.
Opscode Technical Evangelist, Sean OMeara gave an introduction to Chef for Server Provisioning and Automation
Zenoss engineer and monitoring ninja, Simon Jakesch, discussed how to use Zenoss Core to manage "cloud infrastructure".