Portland Linux/Unix Group: How Linux Containers fit your cloud
Thursday, May 6, 2010 from 7–9pm
Portland State University Engineering Building, Room 86-01
1900 SW Fourth AvenuePortland, Oregon 97201 (map)
Building is at 4th and College. Room 86-01 is in the basement, take the elevator or stairs down to basement and follow the signs.
PRESENTATION How Linux Containers fit your cloud by Alec Istomin www.Parallels.com Linux, Cloud, Virtualization and hundreds other buzz words are out there to blow your mind. The session will share real life examples that actually make sense and deliver meaningful easy to use services to end users with minimum efforts from cloud administrators. A deeper introduction to Containers technology will be presented and will be helpful to anyone, especially for people familiar with any other virtualization solution for Linux. Overview of Parallels Commercial management tools for Containers and clouds with open command line and XML APIs will show how to put an infrastructure cloud solution to life. About the speaker: Alec Istomin is an Enterprise Solution Architect at Parallels, Renton,WA and originally joined the company (called SWsoft at the time) as a developer in early 2000. He has been involved with Linux and Virtualization all these years and led numerous cloud deployments. He has an M.S. in physics and applied mathematics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Moscow.