Author Archives: 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

Extending Load Balancer as a Service (LBaaS) in OpenStack Neutron with MidoNet

Cloud load balancers manage online traffic by distributing workloads across multiple servers and resources—automatically or on demand. Cloud load balancers give users a seamless application experience even under heavy load, making it a popular valued service for cloud operators to offer to their tenants in both public and private cloud implementation. Existing implementations supported by Read More …

Pre-OpenStack Summit Alert: Get into Vancouver early for OpenStack and MidoNet training

It’s 49 days before the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver. Getting into Vancouver a few days early for sightseeing? Consider spending a few hours geeking out on OpenStack Neutron and MidoNet. We will be hosting a 2-day OpenStack Networking and MidoNet training on May 15 and May 16 near the OpenStack Vancouver Summit, near the Vancouver Read More …

Polls are Open: Vote for the Midokura Talks for the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver

Things are off to an exciting start for Midokura in 2015, announcing customer wins just last week. Midokura is proud to say we’re exhibiting at the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver. It’s time to weigh in on your favorite topics for the next OpenStack Summit and Midokura is asking for your support. We’ve submitted 10 talks featuring Read More …

Midokura aligns with Dell on Open Platform for NFV

With the specifications for the next generation networks calling for better resource management, faster connectivity to the networks, and smoother transition between networks, existing carrier infrastructure seemed ill-equipped to support those requirements without massive and expensive network upgrades. Along with the Linux Foundation, the industry is tackling those challenges head-on by forming an industry alliance Read More …

Make a New Years’ Resolution: Get involved with Open Source Network Virtualization

As December hits and the holiday atmosphere sets in, it is the time of year to reflect on past accomplishments, kick old habits and set new achievements for the next year. Some people make plans to get healthy. Other people have career aspirations and make plans to acquire new skills. Some people just want to Read More …