October 27-30, 2015
Thank you to everyone who joined us in making OpenStack Summit Tokyo a success! Didn't get a chance to catch our sessions? We've got you covered! Check out our sessions below with links to videos of EMC's session. And don't forget to read up on blogs that came up during the show.
What do EMC and OpenStack do together? Watch this quick video:
EMC contributes to the OpenSource community, working on projects like Nova, Barbicon, & Cinder.
EMC designs integrated solutions to provide simplified deployment and ease of use.
EMC software defined infrastructure provides flexibility, scalability, and performance.
Blogs to read! Videos to watch!
"I’m not there, but there are many people on the team there… It was interesting to watch the keynote and reflect on the nature of an Open Source ecosystem at work...In particular - the rapid movement of projects from emergent into deployment, and how the community iterates around them."
"The next wave of IT is upon us and it’s transforming everything in its path – how customers buy, build, consume, operate, and manage IT. EMC has started down the path of Gartner’s projection that the “3rd Platform” will drive nearly all IT growth over the next 20 years. Everything is being done differently, including how EMC is addressing this tectonic shift. A core component of this is EMC’s commitment and approach to Open Source and its focus on OpenStack."
Read Randy Bias latest blog Killing the Storage Unicorn: Purpose-Built ScaleIO Spanks Multi-Purpose Ceph on Performance
"Collectively it’s clear that we’ve all had it with the cost of storage, particularly the cost to maintain and operate storage systems. The problem is that data requirements, both in terms of capacity and IOPS are exploding and growing exponentially, while the cost of storage operations and management is growing proportionally to those data needs."
"Over the past few years EMC has been investing a lot of resources in supporting OpenStack across our product portfolio and integrating them into the upstream release of OpenStack. In Liberty release of OpenStack we had added support upstream for ScaleIO."
"Liberty release is out https://www.openstack.org/software/liberty/ and as always there are new capabilities and enhancements across all the projects along with stabilization and optimization of the code. In this blog we will walk through what EMC has contributed to OpenStack both from product and core features as part of Liberty release into Cinder and Manila. To refresh Cinder is the block storage service and Manila is the Shared File Service."
"EMC is transforming the future of cloud and IT today with its three-pillared approach for OpenStack customers. Learn more about EMC’s OpenStack contributions, industry-leading integrated solutions and next generation software-defined storage all designed for the benefit of OpenStack. Experience ease of use, simplified deployment with your OpenStack environment along with the flexibility, scalability and performance you come to expect from EMC."
"I am thrilled to be a part of the EMC engine that develops products and services that accelerates the journey to cloud computing; helping our customers to store, manage, protect and analyze their most valuable asset information — in a more agile, trusted and cost-efficient way. Combining our efforts with OpenStack- the fastest growing open source community in the world, we are proud to support technologies like Swift, Cinder, Manila in our flagship products Elastic Cloud Storage, ScaleIO and Isilon. Our commitment to open source does not end with mere opening up CoprHD, at OpenStack Tokyo we are stepping up the game by showing how the community and users can get more from the technologies we have heavily invested in the past few years."
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