[FOSDEM] FOSDEM 13 - Cloud Dev Proposal: Image management in a federated cloud environment
mtaylor at redhat.com
Mon Dec 17 13:49:25 CET 2012
Cheers for pointing this out.
Thankfully, Russell forwarded on to the correct list just before the
On 12/13/2012 09:33 PM, Tias Guns wrote:
> Hey Martyn,
> You should send your mail to cloud-devroom at lists.fosdem.org. This
> mailinglist is for general FOSDEM related announcements.
> Kind regards,
> On 12/13/2012 05:05 PM, Martyn Taylor wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I'd like to propose a talk on the Aeolus Image Factory project in the
>> Cloud Developer Room at this years FOSDEM.
>> *Talk Name:* Image management in a federated cloud environment
>> *Speaker Name:* Martyn Taylor
>> *Talk Description:*
>> In a world where Cloud IaaS providers are popping up on every street
>> corner, it becomes increasingly important to prevent vendor lockin.
>> Several efforts are already underway in projects like DeltaCloud to
>> help abstract away the differences in API's and allow consumers to be
>> cloud agnostic.
>> However, the desire for cloud agnosticism becomes increasingly
>> challenging when we start thinking about managing images. Not only
>> do we have API differences, but also many cloud vendors require
>> differing formats and importation methods, some requiring uploading
>> of pre-built images, others snapshots of running instances.
>> This talk addresses some of the issues surrounding image management
>> in a federated cloud environment and introduces Aeolus Image Factory;
>> a project that offers image management abstraction for multitude of
>> Cloud vendors. Aeolus Image Factory allows users to define images at
>> a high level and have them built, pushed and registered with all the
>> major cloud vendors.
>> *Speaker bio:*
>> Martyn Taylor is a software engineer at Red Hat Ltd. He is currently
>> member of Aeolus technical committee and is responsible for
>> integration and API efforts around Aeolus Image Management.
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