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Wednesday, October 28 • 11:15am - 11:55am
QoS - A Neutron n00bie

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In the Liberty cycle we worked on a new addition to Neutron, Quality of Service (QoS). In the network jargon QoS is about limiting, prioritizingor guaranteeing speed of traffic, in this case, on neutron ports.  The work in the Liberty cycle was focused mostly around the implementation of bandwidth limiting and laying out the QoS models to support future work.

In this session we'll cover the API changes and the new concepts that were introduced as part of this effort, like QoS rule, rule types and QoS policy.  We'll also share insights on how to get your Neutron driver to implement the API and make QoS available to your users.

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Irena Berezovsky

Architect, Huawei
Irena Berezovsky is a Senior Architect at Huawei.Irena is a veteran community member in OpenStack, having been involved with it since its early days back in 2011. Irena is an active contributor to OpenStack OSS projects like Kuryr, Neutron and Dragonflow.Before her current position... Read More →
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Livnat Peer

Sr. Engineering Manager, Red Hat, Red Hat
Livnat Peer is a Sr. Engineering manager at Red Hat, the World's Open Source Leader. Livnat has been part of the on­going innovation in the cloud and virtualization domain, in the last years she was focused around the Networking aspects of this field which is revolutionized by SDN... Read More →
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David Slama

Sr. Director of Cloud and Network Solutions, Mellanox Technologies
David Slama is a Software Director of Cloud and Network Solutions in Mellanox. David leads the cloud, networking, virtualization, and software management activities in the R&D.

Wednesday October 28, 2015 11:15am - 11:55am JST

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