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OpenStack Workshop: What/How & Jobs that pay - 9/22, Palo Alto, Open to All

CodeChix - BayArea

Sunday, September 22, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PDT)

Palo Alto, CA

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OpenStack - What is it, How do I use it and What jobs can I get?


Instructors:  Elizabeth Krumbach (HP), Ryan Lane (Wikipedia), Anita Kuno(HP)

Open to the public

OpenStack is a cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter - all managed through a dashboard that gives administrators control while empowering their users to provision resources through a web interface. It is the premier open source cloud infrastructure platform which was born from NASA and, subsequently, was partnered with Rackspace and other leading cloud infrastructure providers. 

 

In this workshop, we will go over the architecture and formation of OpenStack. You will also learn the basics of the key components of OpenStack, get to install the development version of OpenStack (DevStack) on your own system and learn how to contribute to the project  

This will be a hands-on workshop so please bring your laptop.

 

About the Instructors

  • Elizabeth Krumbach: Elizabeth Krumbach Joseph is an Automation and Tools Engineer at HP working on the OpenStack Infrastructure team. She is also a member of
the Ubuntu Community Council and on the Board of Directors for
Partimus.org, a non-profit in the San Francisco Bay Area providing
Linux-based computers to schools in need
  • Ryan Lane: Ryan Lane is the lead for Wikimedia Labs, a cloud infrastructure that is used to extend the most powerful concept of Wikimedia's projects, such as Wikipedia, to its production infrastructure: anyone can edit. In Wikimedia Labs he is using OpenStack, Puppet, Salt Stack, and other devops tools to run a multi-tenant environment for staff and volunteers to test, develop, and deploy software and infrastructure for a top-5 web presence                                                   
  • Anita Kuno: Anita Kuno is the most recent member of the OpenStack Infrastructure team, with whom she started working as part of her internship with the GNOME Outreach Program for Women.

 

Agenda

12:00 – 1:00 - Registration/Networking/Setup 

1:00 - 1:15 - Welcome & Introduction to CodeChix by Rupa Dachere, Founder and President

1:15- 4:30 – Workshop (details below)

4:30 – 5:00 – Wrap up, clean up and gauge interest level for follow-up workshop

Lunch will be provided.


Workshop will cover

1. Basics of key OpenStack components.

2. Basic VM setup so we can get the DevStack script going.

3. Demo of a system that is running DevStack

4. Hands-on exercise - log into the OpenStack Horizon dashboard and walk
through basic components, Run a VM from Horizon, Run a few commands at the command line for listing and manipulating VMs

5. How to get involved and contribute code (thoroughness
will depend upon time available).

6. Signup for Launchpad/Gerrit and sign Contributor License Agreement

7. Time allowing, have everyone add a simple feature and test it

 

Pre-requisites

We will be using Virtual Machines and here are the details of minimum system requirements needed for the workshop: 
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-WlNDQmJ5s8RbEAZPg_6NwqURC5Nbd8Y2_-zhshI6DU

Attendees who want to contribute towards the open source need to know the basics of Python.


Sponsors

Our heartfelt thanks to Groupon for hosting the event.

 

FAQs

 

What is the refund policy?

There are no refunds for this event.

 

Have questions about OpenStack Workshop: What/How & Jobs that pay - 9/22, Palo Alto, Open to All? Contact CodeChix - BayArea

When & Where


Groupon
3101 Park Boulevard
Palo Alto, CA 94306

Sunday, September 22, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PDT)


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Organizer

CodeChix - BayArea

CodeChix is a fiscally sponsored project of Community Initiatives (501c3).  It is an organization for local women developers run by local women developers in a non-alpha, language/os agnostic, supportive environment with an emphasis on face-to-face communication. It is the first group of its kind and started in 2009 in San Jose, CA.

The key goals of CodeChix are to educate, promote and mentor women engineers and developers.  We foster continuous learning, provide mentorship/guidance and create a local community of women developers. The original chapter of CodeChix is in the Silicon Valley/Bay Area with additional chapters in Seattle/Redmond. The CodeChix slogan is “May the code be with you…”.

CodeChix organizes Hacking Sessions, Technical Talks and Technical Workshops. Past events include Wikipedia’s Operations Infrastructure, Algorithms and Directed Acyclic Graphs, Mobile/Graphic Design for Engineers Workshop, Toy Robotics: My little Pleo, OpenShift Workshop, Android Installfest & App Building 101, Hacking Raspberry Pi and Javascript Plugins Workshop.

Events are open to to the public or women-only (specified on the event description). Our speakers and workshop instructors can be female or male.

Website: www.codechix.org

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