Open Cloud Day 2016
The Open Cloud Day 2016 took place on Thursday, 16 June 2016 in Winterthur.
Place ZHAW, Technikumstrasse 9, 8400 Winterthur, Building TL-201 (site plan)
Date 16 June 2016
Audience 130-180 participants
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Motivation and Goal
The Open Cloud Day 2016 is all about promoting open cloud technologies and the interoperability of clouds. We aim to bring together the companies and academic institutions and deepen the understanding of the latest trends and technologies in cloud computing.
On this day we bring together another important event in the area of Cloud Computing: the SDN Workshop! This is a joint activity between the Service Engineering Research Group of the ZHAW and SWITCH. The SDN Switzerland group meets biannually to promote and share knowledge and implement new applications in the area of Software Defined Networking in the cloud. The workshop allows a full picture of ICT approaches, industry solutions, innovations and research results on SDN. The group is mainly represented by Swiss entities however, research labs from around the world are invited and represented.
In addition to the main track and the SDN workshop, a parallel track of tutorials/workshops will take place where you can get some hands-on insight into new and current cloud technologies and apply your learning right away.
During the breaks demos on the several open source softwares, developed by the Service Engineering group, will be showcased.
|Zeit||Haupt-Track||Software Defined Network Track||Workshop|
Opening and Registration
Prof. Thomas M. Bohnert, Head, Service Engineering, ZHAW
"Cloud and Robots - Making Inroads"
Alan Gherardi, Head Platform as a Service & Middleware, UBS "Connecting the dots"
Antoine Coetsier, Founder & CEO, Exoscale
|Irena Trajkovska, Researcher, ZHAW|
"SDN service in NFVI environment and evaluation measurements"
Pause - Ausstellung und Demos
Jens-Christian Fischer, Product Owner SWITCHengines, SWITCH
Alexander Stoklasa, Customer Solution Architect, Cisco "Policy based Networking for Microservices with Cisco Contiv"
Giovanni Toffetti, ZHAW
Maximilian Schöffmann, CEO, Container Solutions Switzerland
"Beyond 12 factor: Developing Cloud Native Application"
Marcel Wiget, Senior Consulting Engineer, Juniper
Thomas Philipona, CTO, Puzzle ITC
Luca Prete, Open Networking Laboratory "ONOS and CORD: about the Platforms, Deployments and their Communities"
Men Beglinger, Manager Datacenter Management, Acceleris
Jürgen Luksch, Systems Engineer vADC, Brocade Communications GmbH
Mittagessen - Ausstellung und Demos
Christof Marti, Senior Researcher, ZHAW
Attilla de Groot, Systems Engineer, Cumulus Networks
Oliver Gierke, Pivotal "Building Cloud Native Apps with Spring"
Lukas Lehmann, Product Owner Application Cloud, Swisscom
Georgios Kathareios, IBM Research
Steven Henzen, Head of Innovations & Technology, T-Systems Switzerland
Sébastien Keller, System Engineer EMEA, Arista Networks
|15:15||Piyush Harsh, Senior Researcher, ZHAW|
"Cyclops : Billing Beyond the Clouds!"
Laurent Vanbever, Assistant Professor, ETH
Pause - Ausstellung und Demos
Michael Eichenberger, Founder & CEO, stepping stone GmbH
Takayuki Sasaki, NEC Research Labs
Philipp Leitner, Senior Research Associate, University of Zurich
Douglas Copas, Senior Cloud Engineer, Swisscom
"Swisscom's journey with SDN in OpenStack"
Cyrill von Wattenwyl, System Engineer, Adfinis SyGroup
Open Discussion and Wrap up session
Sacha Dubois, Solution Architect Infrastructure, Red Hat Switzerland "Container Management with OpenShift Red Hat"
Ende der Veranstaltung / Apéro Riche
Cloud Foundry DACH User Group Meetup from 18:30 to 20:00
About the SDN Track
The SDN Switzerland Group is an independent initiative initiated by SWITCH and the ICCLab (ZHAW) in 2013. The aim of the SDN Switzerland is to organize SDN workshops addressing topics from Research, academic ICTs (Operations), and the Industry (Implementation forms on SDN). This constitution allow us to bring together knowledge and use the synergy of an interdisciplinary group for future steps also in collaboration.