Sardina Systems and University of Edinburgh are presenting at OpenStack Summit Vancouver, BC
Sardina Systems, a super-scalable cloud automation technology company, announced that they presenting at the OpenStack Summit Vancouver.
The presentation title is: "The road to OpenStack at UK largest Academic private cloud system: University of Edinburgh", and it is scheduled on May, 22, 4:40pm, Vancouver Convention Centre West - Level One - Room 118-120.
Their session aims to talk about the UK's largest academic private cloud in production, while speakers will cover during their talk:
• the predefined constrains that came from the university's side
• the solution we have proposed to the university, encompassing all 3 phases of OpenStack: Deploy, Operate and Upgrade
• the benefits of getting an OpenStack-based private cloud system in the academic sector
OpenStack Summit Vancouver, taking place May 21-24, 2018, is a four-day event covering everything about Open Infrastructure, with attendees from over 60 countries. Keynote presentations from notable OpenStack users and industry leaders will take place on Monday and Tuesday.
Breakout sessions throughout the week will cover topics including private cloud and multi-cloud strategy, edge computing, NFV, CI/CD and machine learning as well as hands-on-training and networking opportunities.
About Sardina Systems
Founded in 2014, Sardina Systems provides awards-winning, world class, intelligent and automated cloud platform enabling corporations to greatly increase service assurance, application agility and operational reliability, reduce operational complexity and carbon footprint, coupled with increased IT operations flexibility and unparalleled efficiency of scale.
Sardina Systems has operations in Estonia, Romania, Russia and the UK.
ABOUT University of Edinburgh
The university is one of the leading universities in the UK, ranked 19th in the world, 6th in Europe and 4th in the UK. It is largest university in Scotland with an international reputation for innovative research — 83% of the University's research classed as world leading and internationally excellent. The University's Information Services Group, comprising some 700 staff, serves the University's 36,000 students and 13,000 staff.
More on their website www.ed.ac.uk