Radware®, a leading provider of application delivery and application security solutions for virtual and cloud data centers, today announced its participation in this year’s OpenStack Summit at Asia World Expo in Hong Kong, November 5-8.
Scheduled to present is Dr. Gilad Zlotkin, vice president of virtualization and management products for Radware.
On Tuesday, November 5th, Dr. Zlotkin will discuss a presentation entitled: Bringing Mission and Performance Critical Applications to OpenStack.He will outline several use cases for load balancing as a service (LBaaS) and the benefits for using Radware's Alteon load balancer in OpenStack for driving truly multi-tenant, efficient and agile "enterprise grade" LBaaS.
Recently, Radware became the first and currently, sole vendor that offers Havana Compatible Driver in the OpenStack Network Service.
On Thursday, November 7th, Dr. Zlotkin will have a joint presentation with Mr. Gary Kotton, staff engineer at VMware entitled: Differentiated Services = Differentiated Scheduling: The role of the Nova scheduler in managing quality of service. Both will discuss how OpenStack differentiated cloud services can be achieved by adding VM group scheduling policies to the Nova scheduler, and will describe the VM-Ensemble extension which was recently introduced to the Havana Nova Scheduler to cover the availability aspect by providing Anti-Affinity scheduling policy to achieve host failure tolerance.
For more information on the OpenStack Summit, please visit openstack.org/.
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