Why Open Matters: HP Cloud Services Designed With OpenStack™ Technology

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Location: E141
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HP’s public cloud is built on OpenStack open-source cloud technology. The OpenStack project has rapidly been adopted as the leading open source cloud solution because it avoids vendor lock-in, and is ubiquitous across public, managed and private clouds. This session will start with a technical description of OpenStack’s features, and will then give a peek at how HP Cloud Services has implemented its own public cloud.

This session is sponsored by HP

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Blake Yeager

Hewlett Packard

Blake is a Product Manager in HP’s emerging Cloud Services focusing on cloud products and technologies. Prior to joining HP, Blake served as the Product Line Leader for Cloud Compute at San Antonio based Rackspace Hosting, a provider of hosted IT services and Cloud Computing. During his tenure there, Blake’s team focused on driving the development and growth of the Cloud Servers product line and launching the Managed Cloud Service Level. Previously, Blake was VP of Research and Development for Gandinnovations, a grand-format digital inkjet printer manufacturer based in Toronto. Blake lives in San Antonio, Texas where he and his wife enjoy spending time outdoors running, bicycling, fishing and hunting. They are also avid travelers who enjoy seeing new places and sampling the local fare. Blake can be reached via email at blake.yeager@hp.com or on twitter: @Blake_Yeager.


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