OpenStack Summit lands up in Portland next week, and we’re jazzed to meet more people from the open-cloud community. If you’re coming out for the Summit, we’d love to welcome you to our fun space, have drinks and get to know you better.
So without further ado, here are our recommended activities for OpenStack folks:
Tuesday April 16, 8:30–10:00 – Puppet Labs Party
Get a warm welcome to Portland in our new office space, just a short streetcar ride from the Convention Center. We’ll be offering local beer, specialty cocktails, tasty snacks, a raffle for great prizes, and viewings of all 19 Muppet murals.
Sign up to guarantee your spot. We’ll see you at 926 NW 13th, Portland 97209. We’re on the second floor, suite 210. (You can also enter the building at 905 NW 12th.)
Monday April 15, 4:30–5:10 – Standup HA OpenStack with open Puppet manifests in under 20 minutes… for goat with Boris Renski of Mirantis
A great talk that should set you up for all you need to know to get started with Puppet and OpenStack. Pairs well with…
Wednesday April 17, 1:40–1:55 – Live demonstration at the Demo Theatre
Dan shows off the latest in Puppet and OpenStack integration.
Thursday April 18, 9:00–10:30 – Get started deploying OpenStack with Puppet with Dan Bode of Puppet Labs
Our own Dan Bode leads this workshop covering the architectural details of Puppet modules used for installation of OpenStack. He’ll show you how to get up and going quickly and easily. Don’t forget to bring your laptop with VirtualBox, Vagrant, and Git already installed.
Tuesday April 16, 1:50–2:30 – DevOps Panel
Get your DevOps on! Dan Bode moderates a panel of DevOps superstars: Mike Cohen, director of strategic alliances at Big Switch Networks; Kevin Jackson, senior solutions architect at Rackspace; James Penick, principal systems architect, Yahoo!; and Travis Tripp, systems architect at HP. Don’t miss out on this lively discussion.
Visit with the Puppeteers
Even if you can’t make our sure-to-be-raucous party, please stop by our table, pick up some swag, and quiz us on how Puppet and OpenStack work together. We’ll enjoy meeting you!