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Tuesday, October 24 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Enabling Dev and Infra teams with OpenNebula

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At the departement of environment and spatial planning we started 2 projects. The first was to replace our vmware based hosting environment with an open, hardware-vendor neutral, hypervisor environment. The second project’s goal was to enable our dev-teams more. This is the story of the second project. What we built and how it works using opennebula and ceph and our existing tooling. 

At the time of writing of this abstract, our opennebula environment is used by 4 dev-teams (almost 30 developers) and an infra team, hosting 700 virtual servers and counting. We are executing 300 deploys (as part of the development cycle) per week and counting …

I will be talking about the setup we realized, the choices we made and the deployment tool we ended up with, integrating the toolset we already used. I.e. svn, ansible, opennebula, f5, jfrog, ubuntu/centos, zabbix, bareos, barman, opennebula, …

Tuesday October 24, 2017 2:00pm - 2:30pm CEST
Conde/Cepeda Room NH Ventas, Calle Biarritz, 2, 28028 Madrid, Spain