It was my privilege to attend the inaugural Frankfurt OpenStack Meetup last night in… well, Frankfurt (am Main, not the other one). It was great to meet a such a diverse set of OpenStack users, from major companies to students and everywhere in between.
I gave a talk entitled ‘OpenStack Orchestration with Heat’, and for those who missed it that link will take you to a handout which covers all of the material:
An introduction to the OpenStack Orchestration project, Heat, and an explanation of how orchestration can help simplify the deployment and management of your cloud application by allowing you to represent infrastructure as code. Some of the major new features in Havana are also covered, along with a preview of development plans for Icehouse.
Thanks are due to the organisers (principally, Frederik Bijlsma), my fellow presenter Rhys Oxenham, and especially everyone who attended and brought such excellent questions. I am confident that this was the first of many productive meetings for this group.