PARIS Training – March 22, 2011

Build and Use Your Own Cloud Infrastructure with OpenNebula in the RESERVOIR Framework

 

March 22, 2011 – Paris, France

TRAINING OUTPUT and MATERIAL

About the Training Objectives

The participants learnt about the global architecture of the RESERVOIR Framework, with a particular attention given to the OpenNebula open source component.

The training covered the management aspects: installation, configuration and administration.

With hands-on exercises, the participants learnt about the use of OpenNebula, including private, hybrid and public cloud topologies.

Training Material to Download from the Agenda’s Different Sessions

Tuesday March 22, 2011

09.00-09.15 Welcome Coffee

09.15-09.30 Introduction to RESERVOIR Framework

09.30-10.00 OpenNebula Introduction – Installation and Configuration

→ Philosophy, capabilities, presentation of various cloud architectures

10.00-11.30 OpenNebula Administration and Usage Part I

→ Various configuration approaches, description of OpenNebula subsystems

11.30-11.45 Coffee Break

11.45-13.15 OpenNebula Administration and Usage Part II

→ Various configuration approaches, description of OpenNebula subsystems

13.15-14.00 Lunch

14.00-15.30 Hybrid Cloud Computing

→ Extending infrastructure to external providers (e.g. Amazon EC2)

15.30-17.00 Public Cloud Computing and Advanced Topics

→ From private to public cloud: installation and configuration of interfaces

→ OpenNebula extension and adaption

17.00-17.15 Coffee Break

17.15-17.45 OpenNebula Integration with Other RESERVOIR Components (Claudia …)

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

17.45-18.00 Concluding remarks

 

 

More Information about the Trainers

CETIC www.cetic.be  Stéphane Mouton, R&D Team Leader at CETIC and RESERVOIR Training Co-ordinator; Michaël Van de Borne, R&D Engineer at CETIC and RESERVOIR Training Co-ordinator.

About

RESERVOIR is a European Union FP7 funded project

 

 

 

For more information, please contact [email protected]

 

Further information on RESERVOIR can be found at www.reservoir-fp7.eu