Call for Presentations

Call for Presentations

We will close down our Call for Presentations by September 20, 2022 and begin the process of selecting the breakout sessions which will be part of the OpenInfra Day Turkey conference program. Take this opportunity to share your knowledge with the Turkish Open Infrastructure community and join us in Istanbul on 11th of October at WoW Convention Center Istanbul!

Who can submit presentations?

Anyone is free to submit presentations to OpenInfra Day Turkey. In fact, one of the most interesting parts of receiving submissions from a wide range of presenters is our ability to create a compelling program which contains many different aspects of our core topic. Our community is eager to learn about all aspects of development, use, troubleshooting and new approaches to open infrastructure so don’t hesitate to submit your presentation.

Suggested Topics

  • Cloud computing, cloud security, multi cloud and inter cloud strategies
  • Distributed systems, decentralized data center solutions
  • Container infrastructures, orchestration and management platforms
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Internet of Things (IoT) applications, platforms
  • Big data and analytics
  • Software defined networking
  • Software defined storage
  • Network function virtualization (NFV) and network function chaining (NFC)
  • Telco cloud
  • 4G, LTE, 5G implementations
  • Blockchain and related technologies
  • Cloud automation and orchestration
  • Container Storage Solutions
  • Continuous Integration / Continuous Development (CI/CD) platforms
  • Geographically Redundant Multi Region, Multi Site implementations
  • Object, Block, and File System Storage Solutions
  • Monitoring, Metering and Billing Solutions
  • Performance Tuning and Optimization
  • Open Source Community Issues, Outreach, and Project Governance
  • New and Proposed Features, Development Status of the Projects
  • Best Practices, Use Cases and Success Stories

Enabling Technologies

Some of the enabling technologies are:

  • OpenStack
    • Core Services: Keystone (Identity), Nova (Compute), Neutron (Networking), Glance (Image), Cinder (Block Storage), Horizon (Dashboard), VPNaaS, FWaaS
    • OpenStack Swift (Object Storage Service)
    • OpenStack Heat (Orchestration Service)
    • OpenStack Octavia (Load Balancer Service)
    • OpenStack Manila (Shared File System Service)
    • OpenStack Ironic (Bare Metal Provisioning Service)
    • OpenStack Zun (Containers Service)
    • OpenStack Magnum (Container Orchestration Engine Service)
    • OpenStack Barbican (Key Management Service)
    • OpenStack Qinling (Functions Service)
    • OpenStack Designate (DNS Service)
    • OpenStack Murano (Application Catalog Service)
    • OpenStack Sahara (Big Data Processing Provisioning Service)
    • OpenStack Trove (Database as a Service)
    • OpenStack Freezer (Backup, Restore and Disaster Recovery Service)
    • OpenStack Tacker (NFV Orchestration)
    • OpenStack Ansible (Automation Service)
    • OpenStack Senlin (Clustering Service)
  • Ceph
    • The future of the storage
    • Software defined storage with object, block and filesystem interfaces in a single platform
    • distributed, fully redundant, exabyte scale storage architecture
    • hardware and vendor independent, new generation cloud storage
    • horizontally scalable, S3 and Swift compatible REST API
  • Kubernetes (Container orchestration)
  • Docker (Container Platform)
  • Kata Containers (Secured, lightweight VM for containers)
  • OCP (Open Compute Project)
  • OPNFV (Open Platform for NFV)
  • ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform)
  • Airship (Automation for Cloud Provisioning)
  • Starlingx (Software Stack for Edge Computing)
  • Zuul (Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery Platform