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Monday, May 18 • 4:40pm - 5:20pm
Panel: The Future of Neutron Plugin and Driver Innovation

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During the Kilo development cycle, the Neutron team made it a priority to focus on how the project itself could continue at a high velocity and continue to enable innovation and that same velocity for plugin and driver owners. The end result of this was the concept of "Plugin Decomposition." This process entails the migration of plugin and driver backend logic out of the Neutron tree and into separate repositories owned entirally by the plugin and driver owners. This is a multi-release effort, with the kickoff happening during Kilo development.

This panel will take an in depth look at the recent changes to OpenStack Neutron around plugin decomposition. We'll have experts on hand from the Neutron side who designed this and have been helping to shepard people through the process. And we'll have plugin and driver maintainers who have gone through the process and will share their experiences.

The goal of plugin decomposition is to enable faster velocity for plugin and driver owners, and to increase that same velocity in the Neutron project itself. We'll cover these aspects of plugin decomposition. We'll also discuss the aspects of how this has affected the plugin and driver community.

Join us as we discuss this and come with questions you may have about the process itself, the future of plugins and drivers in Neutron, and innovation in the plugin and driver community.

Speakers
avatar for Sukhdev Kapur

Sukhdev Kapur

SDN Engineering, Arista Networks
Sukhdev Kapur is part of SDN Engineering team at Arista Networks - pioneer of software driven cloud networking. He has been actively contributing to the development of Neutron. | Sukhdev is a networking veteran with over 20 years experience in highly available distributed systems, cloud computing, virtualization, disaster recovery, policy based mobile workloads management, and software defined networks. He has held architectural positions in... Read More →
avatar for Gary Kotton

Gary Kotton

Staff Engineer at VMware, VMware
Gary is a core Neutron developer working at VMware who also spends a lot of his time these days writing + reviewing code for Nova. Prior to working at VMware Gary worked at Red Hat, Radware and at Algorithmic Research. Gary holds a Bs.C in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of the Witwatersrand and a Ms.C in Computer Science from the Tel Aviv University
avatar for Kyle Mestery

Kyle Mestery

Distinguished Engineer, IBM
Kyle is a Distinguished Engineer and and Director of Open Source Networking at IBM where he leads a team of upstream engineers. He is a member of the OpenStack Technical Committee, and was the Neutron PTL for Juno, Kilo, and Liberty. He is a regular speaker at open source conferences and the founder of the Minnesota OpenStack Meetup. Kyle lives with his wife and family in Minnesota. You can find him on Twitter as @mestery.
avatar for Armando Migliaccio

Armando Migliaccio

Software Architect, HP
Armando has been involved on the Openstack since the Austin release. He worked on most of the OpenStack projects, mainly Nova and Neutron, more recently. Armando is currently employed at HP as a software architect where he works on OpenStack Networking strategy and development.
avatar for Maru Newby

Maru Newby

Software Engineer, Red Hat
Maru has been an OpenStack contributor since Essex (2012) and a core reviewer in Neutron for most of that time. When he's not playing with yarn or lapping milk out of a saucer, he is working hard to improve the Neutron community and the software it delivers.


Monday May 18, 2015 4:40pm - 5:20pm
Room 118/119/120

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