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If you have any questions not addressed here, please e-mail this wiki's maintainer [mailto:digimer@alteeve.ca digimer], summit organizer [mailto:kgaillot@redhat.com Ken Gaillot], or the [mailto:users@clusterlabs.org ClusterLabs users mailing list] as appropriate.
 
If you have any questions not addressed here, please e-mail this wiki's maintainer [mailto:digimer@alteeve.ca digimer], summit organizer [mailto:kgaillot@redhat.com Ken Gaillot], or the [mailto:users@clusterlabs.org ClusterLabs users mailing list] as appropriate.
 
== Talks ==
 
 
=== Planned ===
 
 
These are all tentative.
 
 
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|-
 
!Presenter
 
!Topic
 
|-
 
|Michele Baldessari
 
|ClusterLabs+OpenStack: what works well, and what doesn't
 
|-
 
|Chrissie Caulfield
 
|What's new in knet this year?
 
|-
 
|Jan Friesse
 
|Corosync/Qdevice recent changes and future plans
 
|-
 
|Ken Gaillot
 
|Future directions in the cluster stack: plans and idea-gathering
 
|-
 
|Ken Gaillot
 
|Troubleshooting a Pacemaker cluster: status, logs, simulations, and more
 
|-
 
|Anthony Herr
 
|Disaster Recovery
 
|-
 
|Madison Kelly
 
|Anvil! M3: RHEL 8 + Pacemaker 2 + knet/corosync 3 + DRBD 9 VM
 
|-
 
|Madison Kelly
 
|Scancore AI
 
|-
 
|Thomas Lamprecht
 
|Multi-master clustered filesystem on latest ClusterLabs stack
 
|-
 
|Ondrej Mular
 
|OpenShift/Kubernetes Current Status/Challenges
 
|-
 
|Marcos Renato da Silva Junior
 
|High-availability cluster using Raspberry Pi as nodes
 
|-
 
|SUSE
 
|Cluster Monitoring using ha_cluster_exporter, Prometheus and Grafana
 
|-
 
|SUSE
 
|Cluster Deployment Automation using Salt
 
|-
 
|Rafael David Tinoco
 
|ClusterLabs stack experience in Ubuntu, including alternate architectures
 
|-
 
|Klaus Wenninger
 
|SBD recent changes and future plans
 
|-
 
|''more to be announced''
 
|}
 
 
=== Requested ===
 
 
Do you have a topic you would like to see covered? Please edit this section to add it here, or e-mail [mailto:digimer@alteeve.ca digimer] and she will add it.
 
 
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|-
 
!Requester
 
!Topic
 
|-
 
|Valentin Vidić
 
|Resource agent testing frameworks
 
|-
 
|''add yourself here''
 
|''add topic here''
 
|}
 
  
 
== What attendees need to know ==
 
== What attendees need to know ==
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== Schedule ==
 
== Schedule ==
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This schedule, including the topics and presenters, is tentative and likely to change.
  
 
=== Wednesday, 2020 Feb 5 ===
 
=== Wednesday, 2020 Feb 5 ===
  
 
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!Time
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!Topic
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!Presenter
 
|-
 
|-
 
!9:00
 
!9:00
|Informal coffee and chat
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|''Informal coffee and chat''
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|
 
|-
 
|-
 
!9:30
 
!9:30
 
|Introductions
 
|Introductions
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|
 
|-
 
|-
 
!10:00
 
!10:00
|''to be announced''
+
|What's new in knet this year?
 +
|Chrissie Caulfield
 
|-
 
|-
!11:00
+
!10:40
|''to be announced''
+
|Corosync/Qdevice recent changes and future plans
 +
|Jan Friesse
 +
|-
 +
!11:20
 +
|SBD recent changes and future plans
 +
|Klaus Wenninger
 
|-
 
|-
 
!12:00
 
!12:00
|Lunch
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|''Lunch''
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|
 
|-
 
|-
 
!13:00
 
!13:00
|''to be announced''
+
|Anvil! M3: RHEL 8 + Pacemaker 2 + knet/corosync 3 + DRBD 9 VM
 +
|Madison Kelly
 
|-
 
|-
 
!14:00
 
!14:00
|''to be announced''
+
|ClusterLabs stack experience in Ubuntu, including alternate architectures
 +
|Rafael David Tinoco
 
|-
 
|-
 
!15:00
 
!15:00
|''to be announced''
+
|Resource agent testing framework
 +
|Damien Cabrini
 
|-
 
|-
 
!16:00
 
!16:00
|''to be announced''
+
|Disaster Recovery
 +
|Anthony Herr
 
|-
 
|-
 
!17:00
 
!17:00
|Gather for dinner and drinks
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|''Gather for dinner and drinks''
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|
 
|}
 
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!Time
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!Topic
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!Presenter
 
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|-
 
!9:00
 
!9:00
|Informal coffee and chat
+
|''Informal coffee and chat''
 +
|
 
|-
 
|-
!10:00
+
!9:30
|''to be announced''
+
|ClusterLabs+OpenStack: what works well, and what doesn't
 +
|Michele Baldessari
 
|-
 
|-
!11:00
+
!10:20
|''to be announced''
+
|OpenShift/Kubernetes Current Status/Challenges
 +
|Ondrej Mular
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|-
 +
!11:10
 +
|Scancore AI
 +
|Madison Kelly
 
|-
 
|-
 
!12:00
 
!12:00
|Lunch
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|''Lunch''
 +
|
 
|-
 
|-
 
!13:00
 
!13:00
|''to be announced''
+
|Cluster Monitoring using ha_cluster_exporter, Prometheus and Grafana
 +
|SUSE
 
|-
 
|-
 
!14:00
 
!14:00
|''to be announced''
+
|Multi-master clustered filesystem on latest ClusterLabs stack
 +
|Thomas Lamprecht
 
|-
 
|-
 
!15:00
 
!15:00
|''to be announced''
+
|Troubleshooting a Pacemaker cluster: status, logs, simulations, and more
 +
|Ken Gaillot
 
|-
 
|-
 
!16:00
 
!16:00
|''to be announced''
+
|Cluster Deployment Automation using Salt
 +
|SUSE
 
|-
 
|-
 
!17:00
 
!17:00
|Gather for dinner and drinks
+
|High-availability cluster using Raspberry Pi as nodes
 +
|Marcos Renato da Silva Junior
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|-
 +
!18:00
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|''Gather for dinner and drinks''
 
|}
 
|}

Revision as of 13:36, 18 November 2019

Basics

  • What: ClusterLabs Summit 2020
  • Where: Brno, Czechia
  • When: Wednesday-Thursday, 2020 Feb 5-6
  • Why: Bring together developers and users of high-availability clustering software distributed by ClusterLabs
  • How much: Free
  • Brno City Guide

Details are still being finalized and will be posted on this page as they become available.

If you have any questions not addressed here, please e-mail this wiki's maintainer digimer, summit organizer Ken Gaillot, or the ClusterLabs users mailing list as appropriate.

What attendees need to know

The tentative location is Red Hat TPB-B, Purkyňova 111 612 00 Brno - Královo Pole, Czechia. The exact location may need to change depending on the number of attendees registering. The closest tram stop is "Technologicky park".

We are looking into getting discounted rates at Hotel Continental and Hotel Barcelo, once we have a better idea of the number of attendees.

More details to be announced later

We need an approximate head count to ensure we have a conference room of the appropriate size and lock in group hotel rates. Please edit this section to add yourself to the list below, or e-mail digimer and she will add you.

Organization Number of people expected to attend Names (optional)
Alteeve 1 Madison Kelly
Canonical 1 Rafael David Tinoco
IBM MQ 2
NTT 2 Keisuke MORI
Proxmox 1 Thomas Lamprecht
Red Hat ~20 Chris Feist, Ken Gaillot, poki, maybe Michele Baldessari
São Paulo State University 1 Marcos Renato da Silva Junior
SUSE 6-12

What presenters need to know

  • The basic format will be a 40- to 45-minute talk with 15- to 20-minute Q&A. We can vary this to suit individual needs -- just let us know what you would like so we can schedule accordingly. If you have a preferred day or time slot, let us know.
  • The conference room will have WiFi and a projector with a variety of common adapters. (Depending on the number of attendees registering, the location may need to change, but we will try to keep the same amenities.)

Schedule

This schedule, including the topics and presenters, is tentative and likely to change.

Wednesday, 2020 Feb 5

Time Topic Presenter
9:00 Informal coffee and chat
9:30 Introductions
10:00 What's new in knet this year? Chrissie Caulfield
10:40 Corosync/Qdevice recent changes and future plans Jan Friesse
11:20 SBD recent changes and future plans Klaus Wenninger
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Anvil! M3: RHEL 8 + Pacemaker 2 + knet/corosync 3 + DRBD 9 VM Madison Kelly
14:00 ClusterLabs stack experience in Ubuntu, including alternate architectures Rafael David Tinoco
15:00 Resource agent testing framework Damien Cabrini
16:00 Disaster Recovery Anthony Herr
17:00 Gather for dinner and drinks

Thursday, 2020 Feb 6

Time Topic Presenter
9:00 Informal coffee and chat
9:30 ClusterLabs+OpenStack: what works well, and what doesn't Michele Baldessari
10:20 OpenShift/Kubernetes Current Status/Challenges Ondrej Mular
11:10 Scancore AI Madison Kelly
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Cluster Monitoring using ha_cluster_exporter, Prometheus and Grafana SUSE
14:00 Multi-master clustered filesystem on latest ClusterLabs stack Thomas Lamprecht
15:00 Troubleshooting a Pacemaker cluster: status, logs, simulations, and more Ken Gaillot
16:00 Cluster Deployment Automation using Salt SUSE
17:00 High-availability cluster using Raspberry Pi as nodes Marcos Renato da Silva Junior
18:00 Gather for dinner and drinks