Voting is now open for the OpenStack Summit in Tokyo!


Hurry, polls close on Thursday, July 30 at 11:59pm PDT

Midokura and our customers and partners huddled together and submitted a few topics into the summit that we think you’ll find interesting. We’ve gone hog wild, our line-up ranges from ecosystem topics like cloud security with Intel, cloud funding with INCJ, NTT Docomo Ventures to hands-on operation stories from our users like, AURO, Overstock and Puppet.
Weigh in on the talks you want to see in Tokyo!

Below, we’ve summarized each talk and provided a link to its page on the voting site. As always, you must be a member of the OpenStack Foundation to vote. If you’re not already a member, just click here to join as an individual member for free.

You get to drive the OpenStack Summit agenda by voting up the sessions that you’d like to see.

We look forward to seeing you in Tokyo!

Open source startups.. So how do you make money? – Lessons learned from fellow  founders.
Facing networking challenges when operating OpenStack in an Enterprise
MidoNet 101 – Open source distributed overlay networking for Neutron
How to sell Openstack
Have container. Need network?
Contributing Charms to Ubuntu OpenStack – A Case Study
VTEP: your high-throughput bridge from virtual to physical
Enabling better network troubleshooting [Cumulus + MidoNet]
Inserting advanced security in OpenStack clouds
How a Neutron Plug-in Reduced Our Network Failover Time from 15 Minutes to 0 Seconds (Overstock & MidoNet)
Automating the Deployment of OpenStack and MidoNet with Puppet
A Public Cloud Perspective on Implementing Higher Layer Networking
Walk Through a Software Defined Everything PoC (Lenovo & Midokura)
Removing the Blindfold from OpenStack Networking
Swapping Open Source Solutions for Resilient Networking (Dell & Midokura)
Containers are hot, but how do they network?
QoS – a Neutron n00bie
Multi Site in OpenStack
Neutron and BGP Dynamic Routing
Operating an OpenStack Cloud on a Tight Budget?
Journey to Containers
From Proprietary to Open Source – A sales guy’s nightmare..?
Are the world’s Fortune1000 enterprises ready for Openstack based cloud-ready-blocks? (Wipro & Midokura)
Japan’s Smart DataCenter, powered by Openstack and Midonet, to deliver On-demand video streaming services
Ancestry’s OpenStack & Docker Journey
Network Security and Service Function Chaining (Intel Security & Midokura)
Customer-to-cloud private connections: how we built it.
Open Source SDN in the cloud: Real life experiences based on OpenStack and MidoNet
How MidoNet tweaks Neutron, and how you can contribute to make it even better!
Scalable Networking without Single Point of Failure leveraging Open Source Software
Super Enterprise Users panel: What has SDN done for you? (Moderated by Eric Hanselman, 451 Research)
SDN for Web Services Companies: Ready for Prime Time? Moderated by Eric Hanselman, 451 Research
Building Opensource with opensource
Neutron Choices: Time to boldly go toward better networking
A VC take on OpenStack growth and opportunity across Asia (INCJ, NTT Docomo Ventures, Global Brains)
Jump Starting SDN Applications in OpenStack (Huawei, Midokura & VA Linux)
MidoNet with Docker containers and Apache Mesos
Kuryr – Docker networking in an OpenStack world (Toga networks & Midokura)
All you should know about connecting your virtual network to the internet with high-availability and scale
Distributed Security Groups: MidoNet’s flow state
Clouds of Tempest: certifying Openstack deployments
High Availability L2 Gateways for OpenStack
Susan Wu

About Susan Wu

Susan is the Director of Technical Marketing at Midokura. Susan previously led product positions for Oracle/Sun, Citrix, AMD and Docker. She is a frequent speaker for industry conferences like OSCON, OpenStack Summit, Container World, Interop ITX, All Things Open, Linuxcon/CloudOpen/Containercon, Interzone, Data360/Cloudcon and Data Storage Innovation. Honored by the Cloud Network of Women (CloudNOW) organization as one of the Top Women in Cloud for 2013, Susan is passionate about advancing womens' contribution to the cloud industry and serves on the Board of Directors for CloudNOW. Follow Susan on Twitter @susanwu88

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