Announcing the Agenda of the MidoNet Mini-Summit Tokyo

[Update: MidoNet Mini-Summit has since been renamed MidoDay Tokyo 2015]

You might have heard about the first-ever MidoNet Mini-Summit in Tokyo on October 26, 2015 – the day before OpenStack Summit Tokyo. But back when we announced it, we were still working on the agenda, and asking for input about what people would like to see. Now, we’re delighted to announce the event’s agenda and are happy to say that we can live up to (almost) all wishes we’ve received!

MidoNet Mini-Summit Tokyo

Without further due, here’s the agenda of the MidoNet Mini-Summit Tokyo 2015:

  • 09:00 AM Registration & Breakfast
  • 09:45 AM Sandro Mathys (Midokura): Welcome & Agenda
  • 10:00 AM Dan Mihai Dumitriu (Midokura): Keynote: A Brief History of MidoNet
  • 10:30 AM JF Joly (Midokura): MidoNet Vision & Roadmap
  • 11:00 AM Cody Herriges (Puppetlabs): Our journey to OpenStack with MidoNet
  • 11:30 AM Chris Janiszewski (Red Hat): Walk Through a Software Defined Everything PoC (featuring MidoNet & Ceph)
  • 12:00 PM Networking Lunch
  • 01:30 PM Toni Segura (Midokura) & Carmela Rubinos (Midokura): Puppet, and Fuel, and Juju, and RDO Manager! Oh, my!
  • 02:00 PM Taku Fukushima (Midokura): Container Orchestration Integration: OpenStack Kuryr & Apache Mesos
  • 02:30 PM Samir Ibradzic (Midokura): Operations Experience
  • 03:00 PM Tomoe Sugihara (Midokura): Testing MidoNet
  • 03:30 PM Coffee Break
  • 04:00 PM Pino de Candia (Midokura): Technical Deep Dive into MidoNet
  • 05:00 PM Mike Ford (Midokura): Troubleshooting MidoNet
  • 05:30 PM Sandro Mathys (Midokura): MidoNet Community
  • 06:00 PM Networking Reception

Read more about the event in our wiki and sign up for free on Eventbrite! There’s also a hands-on mini-training available in the afternoon, which you can book on the same page.

At this time, we would also encourage you to join #tokyo-mini-summit on the MidoNet Slack if you’re interested in joining us in Tokyo.

 

Sandro Mathys

MidoNet Community Manager with a background in Java Software and Linux Systems Engineering. Based in Tokyo, Japan and the internet.

 

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