OpenStack & Beyond Podcast - Episode 3 | High Availability

Posted By: Jeremy Hess on July 13, 2015


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The OpenStack & Beyond Podcast is back with a brand new episode on a very relevant and timely topic that is on the minds of many OpenStack users: High Availability.

Hosted this time solely by Nati Shalom (Shlomo Swidler was traveling), this latest episode aired two incredibly knowledgeable OpenStack guests, both of whom are serial bloggers and speakers on HA in OpenStack (as well as many other OpenStack-related subjects).

Enjoy this great episode, which inludes our esteemed panelists:


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Florian HaasFlorian Haas has been an active member of the OpenStack community since early 2011. He has driven and contributed to lively discussions within the community about OpenStack high availability, distributed storage integration, automation and deployment, and other topics. Florian has spoken about OpenStack at previous OpenStack Summits and also at OSCON, LinuxCon, linux.conf.au and many other conferences. When he is not speaking at conferences, Florian discharges his duties as CEO of professional services firm hastexo (which has a strong OpenStack focus), and also acts as a Principal Consultant serving hastexo's high-profile clients.

Arthur BerezinArthur Berezin is the Cloudify Product Manager at GigaSpaces. Previously, he was Senior Technical Product Manager with Red Hat's OpenStack Product Management Group. Arthur has great deal of experience with Cloud, Virtualization, Infrastructure, and Open Source technologies working with companies of various sizes from large enterprises to start-ups. You can read more of Arthur's work on his blog.

You can listen to the full podcast here:

Below are some "sound" bites and discussions from this episode:

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