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Wednesday, April 17 • 3:40pm - 4:20pm
Migrating from Amazon AWS to Openstack

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Companies large and small are utilizing the agility and ease of use found in the public cloud. However for large enterprises the public cloud is expensive at scale and availability is not guaranteed For smaller SME's experiencing rapid growth, every day is one step closer to a call from the CFO regarding another rapid growth... cost.

In my presentation I will go over two use cases, one will feature a very large Fortune 100 company experiencing an increasing internal customer base moving to Amazon AWS for rapid provisioning of new infrastructure and how we used OpenStack to provide feature parity, ease of use and self-provisioning to move those customers back into an on-premise private cloud. My second use case will cover a rapidly growing and large consumer of Amazon AWS who was feeling the pain/costs associated with running entirely in the public cloud and found economies of scale in an OpenStack based private cloud.

Both cases illustrate big wins for OpenStack, and the ability to provide massive value to both Fortune 1000's and rapid growth SME's. 

 


Speakers
avatar for Steve Curry

Steve Curry

President, Metacloud, Metacloud Inc.
Steve Curry founded Metacloud in 2011 after compiling twelve years of global data center operations experience and concluding that there was an unmet need for open source-based private clouds in the enterprise market. Today Curry serves as Metacloud?s president, where he is responsible for establishing the company?s vision and strategy, growing its customer base, managing investor relationships, and increasing awareness of the firm with... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 3:40pm - 4:20pm
C120+121+122 (Portland Convention Center) 777 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Portland, OR 97232

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