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Day 1July 20 2017

5F Hall A

10:00‐10:10 / 5F Hall A

opening Akihiro Hasegawa Equinix, Inc.

10:10-10:50 / 5F Hall A



Mark Collier Mark Collier COO, OpenStack Foundation

10:50-11:30 / 5F Hall A

5-A-2Mirantis Japan, Inc.

Open cloud provided with managed services style

5-A-2_mirantis Boris Renski CMO, Mirantis, Inc. Based on the know-how that we build while providing customers with many commercial OpenStack cloud environments, Milantis has begun offering open clouds through managed services. Like the public cloud, private clouds can be used without worrying about the software version and upgrade used in infrastructure. We will introduce the open cloud solution provided by managed services including some of large enterprise customers’ case studies.

11:30-12:10 / 5F Hall A


The Makers of Marvels: How Developers Are Rebuilding the Enterprise, One Brick at a Time

5-A-3_CloudFoundry Devin Davis Head of Marketing, Cloud Foundry Foundation Business development is driven by software development, and software development is shaped by developers in the open source community. In this lecture, Davin Davis talks about the concept of open source Cloud Foundry which promotes the digital transformation imminent to us now with the use cases and the business success stories introduced at the Cloud Foundry Summit at Santa Clara in this June.
5F Hall A-1

13:50-14:30 / 5F Hall A-1

5-A1-1NTT Communications

OpenStack-Based Cloud for Enterprise

5-A1-1_NTTCom Takao Inaho Cloud Services, NTT Communications NTT Communications (NTT Com) has been working on utilizing OpenStack-based clouds since early and has been providing a service for enterprise customers. Utilizing its technology and experience, NTT Com launched enhanced “Enterprise Cloud” last year. “Enterprise Cloud” is an enterprise-grade cloud service suitable for not only mission-critical systems but cloud native systems focusing on digital business such as IoT/Big Data. In this session, we’ll introduce NTT Com’s OpenStack adoption background, architecture of services, customer case, partner collaboration model and so on.

14:45-15:25 / 5F Hall A-1

5-A1-2Fujitsu Limited

Fujitsu’s challenges for the best practice of the IT platform supporting your digital innovation.

5-A1-2_Fujitsu Toru Suzuki Platform Software Business Unit, Fujitsu Limited Fujitsu has acted to improve the reliability and the usability of cloud infrastructure based on OpenStack and Cloud Foundry through in-house practice and POC with customer. In this session, we will introduce our various activities counducted while discussing with the community for the achievement of ecosystem.

16:00-16:40 / 5F Hall A-1


What Does OpenStack Bring to a Containers World?

5-A1-3_Carrez Thierry Carrez VP of Engineering, OpenStack Foundation The success of the container technologies resides in their capacity to isolate application developers from the base infrastructure. It is therefore easy to fall in the trap of considering that OpenStack, as an infrastructure provider, is not relevant in a containers world. However, container technologies still require someone to provide flexible infrastructure for that abstraction layer to live on. OpenStack provides programmable infrastructure (bare metal, VMs, container orchestration engines, networking or storage services) that can then be used by application developers. In this talk, we’ll explore how complementary Openstack is to container technologies like Docker or Kubernetes, and how they answer orthogonal questions in a harmonious way. We’ll expose what key issue (and which stakeholders) each solution actually answers to, then dive into examples of where that complementarity already shows: Kuryr,, OpenStack itself using Kubernetes for its own deployment…

16:55-17:35 / 5F Hall A-1


zuul: a project gating syste

5-A1-4_Monty Monty Taylor Chief Architect CI/CD, Red Hat Office of Technology OpenStack is one of the world’s largest and most complex pieces of Open Source software and is developed by a similarly large and diverse set of humans. CI/CD software and systems have been an essential part of OpenStack development since the beginning. None are more integral than the idea of “gating”, which is the idea of having an automated system merge proposed changes if and only if all of the tests pass. In order to support doing that at massive scale, OpenStack’s Infra team had to develop special software, called Zuul. Zuul applies Optimistic Branch Prediction techniques to allow for correctly testing changes in parallel while ensuring the state that is tested is the state that lands. The upcoming Zuul v3 release is intended to make it easy for people to run Zuul for their own projects and in their own organizations. We’ll discuss what Zuul is, what value it provides and how you can use it yourself.

17:50-18:30 / 5F Hall A-1


Platform standardization and DevOps as seen in Google’s infra technology

4-B1-5_DevOp4 Etsuji Nakai Google Inc.
5F Hall A2

13:50-14:30 / 5F Hall A2

5-A2-1Juniper Networks, Inc.

Busines use SDN controller share number 1! The latest OpenContrail NFV use case.

5-A2-1_Juniper Daisuke Nakajima Juniper Networks, Inc.

14:45-15:25 / 5F Hall A2


When is OpenStack really necessary?

5-A2-2_Nutanix Satoshi Shimazaki Nutanix

16:00-16:40 / 5F Hall A2

5-A2-3NTT TechnoCross Corporation

Rescuing virtual machines! An introduction to Masakari – delivering VM-HA on OpenStack

5-A2-3_NTTTechno Rikimaru Honjo NTT TechnoCross Corporation

16:55-17:35 / 5F Hall A2

5-A2-4Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Run Fault-Tolerant NonStop Solutions in the Cloud

5-A2-4_nomura Yoshitaka Nomura Hewlett Packard Enterprise
5-A2-4_ito Masanori Ito Hewlett Packard Enterprise

17:50-18:30 / 5F Hall A2

5-A2-5Veritas Technologies LLC

Veritas’ SDS Solution for OpenStack resolving issues of Application Performance and Data Management

5-A2-5_Veritas Takayoshi Hoshino Information Availability Architect, Technology Sales & Services, Veritas Technologies (Japan) LLC. Interests are growing for OpenStack, the open source platform, but it is not easy to build applications and infrastructure meeting world-class requirements of performance, reliability, storage efficiency, and data protection. With Veritas’ Dual-Plain Architecture, HyperScale for OpenStack is your answer to the issues of application performance and storage efficiency.
5F Hall A3

13:50-14:30 / 5F Hall A3

5-A3-1Arista Networks Japan Limited.

The latest Cloud Network for Openstack

Makoto Noda Technical Sales Manager, Arista Networks Japan Limited. Arista Networks has been providing high speed Ethernet solution which underpins Openstack infrastructure from its begining. While we have been seeing increasing number of Openstack deployment, some cumbersome issues such as redundancy, scalability, etc, have also surfaced. In this session Makoto Noda covers typical issues in Openstack Networking and explain Arista’s tangible solutions available as of today.

14:45-15:25 / 5F Hall A3

5-A3-2Hitachi, Ltd.

How to Adapt DevOps in Mission-critical System on a Full Scale

5-A3-2_Hitachi Hiromi Takayama Hitachi, Ltd. In recent years where the market environment changes drastically, it is expected that DevOps will be adapted to mission-critical systems. However, considering various requirements, it is not easy to adapt it. This session introduce the point how to adapt DevOps ensuring system quality at an early stage and to transit smoothly from development to production environment, with know-how accumulated through Hitachi’s long-term development and support of platform & middleware products.

16:00-16:40 / 5F Hall A3

5-A3-3NetApp, Inc.

Overcoming a lack of functions (file sharing, Backup, DR, etc.) for enterprise use OpenStack

5-A3-3_NetApp Kan Itani NetApp, Inc.

16:55-17:35 / 5F Hall A3

5-A3-4UNIADEX, Ltd.

The truth on OpenStack – Is now the time? –

5-A3-4_Uniadex Katsuya Tanaka UNIADEX, Ltd.

17:50-18:30 / 5F Hall A3

5-A3-5SCSK Corporation

An INFINIDATUnified Storage solution from SCSK

5-A3-5_Endo Hideki Endo SCSK Corporation
5F Main Hall(Exhibition hall)

12:30-12:45 / 5F Main Hall(Exhibition hall)

5-MH-1Taiwan OpenStack User Group

OpenStack Cloud Successful Use Case Sharing

5-MH-1_Yoyo Chiang Yoyo Chiang Chief Marketing Officer, Gemini Open Cloud Computing Inc. Gemini Open Cloud Computing Inc. is a leading OpenStack-based Cloud Turnkey Solution provider in Taiwan. We have built up some **successful OpenStack Cloud Use Cases in the past 2 years, including ITaaS (IT as a Service) Cloud, BDaaS (Big Data as a Service) Cloud, DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) Cloud and first OpenStack Public Cloud in Taiwan. Also we have launched the first VSaaS (Video Surveillance as a Service) Cloud in Japan. In this talk, I’d like to share the experience of these successful use cases with all.

13:00-13:15 / 5F Main Hall(Exhibition hall)

5-MH-2NVIDIA/ ASK Corporation

The latest on NVDIA GPU Technology

5-MH-2_NVIDIA Kuninobu Sasaki NVIDIA

15:30-15:45 / 5F Main Hall(Exhibition hall)

5-MH-3Brocade Communications Systems, Inc.

The Reasons why Event-Driven Automation Platform can dramatically change the IT Operations.

5-MH-3_Brocade Tatsuya Okazaki Brocade Communications Systems, Inc.
Enterprise IT must keep up to speed of the changing requirements for the business and technology. Cloud and DevOps are becoming more and more critical for agile business and End-to-End Automation is expected to for improved flexibility and efficiency. In this session, you will hear why StackStorm, Event-Driven Workflow Automation Engine, can streamline the operations for Virtual Data Centers, and how it can be easily integrated with third-party products or various technologies & services like OpenStack, along with customer use cases. Also you can see Workflow automation demo and see how it works.

18:30-20:00 / 5F Main Hall(Exhibition hall)

Booth Crawl
4F Room B1

13:50-14:30 / 4F Room B1

4-B1-1Red Hat, Inc.

An enterprise container platform on Kubernetes and OpenStack

4-B1-1_Redhat Nobuhiro Sue Red Hat, Inc.

14:45-15:25 / 4F Room B1


Evolving operations automation tools

4-B1-2_DevOp1 Hideki Saito Red Hat, Inc.

16:00-16:40 / 4F Room B1


Tools and organizations supporting CI/CD pipeline (tentative)

4-B1-3_DevOp2 Shingo Kitayama Hewlett Packard Enterprise

16:55-17:35 / 4F Room B1


Operations automation and management in a production environment

4-B1-4_notsu Arata Notsu VirtualTech Japan

17:50-18:30 / 4F Room B1


GPGPU on OpenStack? GPGPU Internal Cloud Best Practices

4-B1-5_Ohta Masafumi Ohta GPGPU on OpenStack Project
4F Room B2

13:50-14:30 / 4F Room B2

4-B2-1Cloud Foundry

About Cloud Foundry communities in Japan

4-B2-1_Cloud-Foundry_Ojiri Ken Ojiri Chairperson, Japan Cloud Foundry Group / Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
Talk about recent topics of Cloud Foundry communities in Japan, and running Cloud Foundry on OpenStack Clouds.

14:45-15:25 / 4F Room B2

4-B2-2Cloud Foundry

Panel Discussion of public Cloud Foundry service providers in Japan

4-B2-2_nakagawa Shinichi Nakagawa Japan Cloud Foundry Group
4-B2-2_yamanaka.jpg Shigeharu Yamanaka NTT Communications
4-B2-2_hirayama Tsuyoshi Hirayama IBM Japan, Ltd.
4-B2-2_sei_naoko Naoko Sei Fujitsu Limited
Discussion by Cloud Foundry marketing experts from public Cloud Foundry service providers in Japan. Gathering their advantages of each service.

16:00-16:40 / 4F Room B2

4-B2-3Cloud Foundry

Fireside talk about container technologies and Cloud Foundry (tentative title)

4-B2-1_Cloud-Foundry_Ojiri Ken Ojiri Japan Cloud Foundry Group / Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
4-B2-3_Yoshise Junichi Yoshise Hewlett Packard Enterprise
4-B2-3_kusama Kazuto Kusama Pivotal Japan
Experts in Japan chatter around container technologies and Cloud Foundry (tentative content)

16:55-17:35 / 4F Room B2

4-B2-4Cloud Foundry

Panel Discussion of Cloud Foundry user companies in Japan

4-B2-4_Cloud-Foundry4_Takahashi Naoto Takahashi Japan Cloud Foundry Group/ Fujitsu Limited
4-B2-4_Cloud-Foundry4_Kubono Yasuhiko Kubono Senior Manager PCF department, Yahoo! JAPAN
4-B2-4_Cloud-Foundry4_Sasaki Shinya Sasaki Hitachi Solutions, Ltd.
4-B2-4_Hashimoto Tomoya Hashimoto NTT Resonant Incorporated
Discussion by experts from Cloud Foundry applied companies in Japan. Their usage, merits, and worries.

17:50-18:30 / 4F Room B2

4-B2-5Cloud Foundry

Deep talks about Cloud Foundry on OpenStack

4-B2-4_Cloud-Foundry4_Takahashi Naoto Takahashi Japan Cloud Foundry Group/ Fujitsu Limited
4-B2-3_kusama Kazuto Kusama Pivotal Japan
4-B2-1_Cloud-Foundry_Ojiri Ken Ojiri Japan Cloud Foundry Group / Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
Technical talks about Cloud Foundry validator for OpenStack, BOSH, Open Service Broker, and so on.
4F Room B3

13:50-14:30 / 4F Room B3


OPNFV: Latest NFV Projects – OPNFV Summit Beijing Report –

4-B3-1_OPNFV1_Takahashi Toshiaki Takahashi NEC Corporation
4-B3-1_OPNFV1_Miyamoto Hajime Miyamoto KDDI Corporation

14:45-15:25 / 4F Room B3


The possibilities for open source NFV

4-B3-2_Sekiya Yuji Sekiya The University of Tokyo/ Next Generation Network Service Platform Consortium

16:00-16:40 / 4F Room B3


OpenStack based multi-vendor NFV platform

4-B3-3_OPNFV3_suzuki Keisuke Suzuki NTT DOCOMO, Inc.

16:55-17:35 / 4F Room B3


Using OPNFV Apex to create an NFV test environment

4-B3-4_OPNFV4_hayashi Tomofumi Hayashi Red Hat, Inc.

17:50-18:30 / 4F Room B3


Okinawa Open Lab’s OPNFV activities

4-B3-5_OPNFV5_hayashi Hideyasu Hayashi Okinawa Open Laboratory/ NEC Solution Innovators, Ltd
4-B3-5_OPNFV5_nakama Shuya Nakama Okinawa Open Laboratory/ NEC Solution Innovators, Ltd
4F Room B4

13:50-14:30 / 4F Room B4


Struggles of an OpenStack community non English native speaker

4-B4-1_CFS1 Masayuki Igawa Novell, Inc.

14:45-15:25 / 4F Room B4


Breaking down the barriers to operations automation in large scale projects

4-B4-2_CFS2 Ryo Sugahara NTT DATA Corporation

16:00-16:40 / 4F Room B4


OpenStack cluster migration case study: Havana to Mitaka

4-B4-3_CFS3 Shinya Tsunematsu GMO Pepabo, Inc.

16:55-17:35 / 4F Room B4


FIWARE Lab, a service platform based on a large distributed OpenStack environment

4-B4-4_CFS_Stefano Stefano De Panfilis COO, FIWARE Foundation

17:50-18:30 / 4F Room B4


Software-Defined Migration: How to migrate bunch of VMs and Volumes within a limited time frame

As telecom career, we KDDI have been managing thousands of physical servers and run various kinds of workloads. In our operation of such a huge environment, we are frequently required to shut down our servers for maintenance, but it is not easy to negotiate with our tenant users to allow downtime. To make it easier, we are developing the structure called “Zone Migration”, using the framework of OpenStack project “Watcher”. “Zone Migration” makes it possible to migrate tenants’ workloads from compute nodes and storage devices we want to maintain (source zone) to new blank ones (destination zone) efficiently, automatically, and with minimum downtime.
4-B4-5_mogi Masahiro Mogi KDDI Corporation
4-B4-5_uchimi Takuya Uchiumi KDDI Corporation
4-B4-5_CFS5_matsumoto Kentaro Matsumoto KDDI Corporation
Hidekazu Nakamura NEC Solution Innovators, Ltd.

Day 2July 21 2017

5F Hall A

10:00-10:40 / 5F Hall A


5-A-4_miyamoto =Keynote Session 1=
“Cloud Journey with OpenStack”
Taku Miyamoto
DWANGO Co., Ltd.
5-A-4_Yamada =Keynote Session 2=
Katsuhiko Yamada
Fuji city office
5-A-4_LINE =Keynote Session 3=
“Adapting OpenStack to the Corporate IT Needs”
Samir Ibradžić
Senior DevOps & Systems Engineer at LINE Corp. In Line Corp. we aim to Close The Distance between the traditional Service IT Infrastructure world and the contemporary trends of Anything & Everything as a Service. This sessions aims to provide an insight on how we striven to overcome this IT culture gap, and as a result, how we had architected and designed “Verda”, our family of OpenStack based private clouds that we are very proud of. We will share info on how our clouds came into existence, what architecture and components are they using, and what difficulties we faced to make everything happen. Finally, we will provide some clues about what had we learned in the process and where this journey may take us in the future…

10:40-11:20 / 5F Hall A


SUSE’s OpenStack Strategy following the merge with HPE’s Helion Development Team

5-A-5_SUSE Ryo Murakawa SUSE
5-A-5_Alan Alan Clark Board of Director, OpenStack, SUSE

11:20-12:00 / 5F Hall A

5-A-6NEC Corporation

Let’s Shift to Cloud Native

5-A-6_yoshiyama Akira Yoshiyama NEC Corporation
5-A-6_NEC Hidefumi Nakagawa NEC Corporation
5F Hall A-1

13:50-14:30 / 5F Hall A-1

5-A1-6Red Hat, Inc.

The past, present and future of the private cloud – a look at the latest cloud use cases to understand the keys to deploying OpenStack & Container –

5-A1-6_Redhat.jpg Tomoaki Nakajima Red Hat, Inc.

14:45-15:25 / 5F Hall A-1

5-A1-7Dell Inc.

Digital transformation of the carrier service platform – Learning from global leader Verizon’s large scale OpenStack/NFV deployment

5-A1-7_Masuzuki Takanobu Masuzuki Senior Business Development Manager, OSCA Tech WG Chairman
Solutions & Alliances, Infrastructure Solutions Group
Dell EMC
5-A1-7_Yasuki-Horiuchi Yasuki Horiuchi Sr. Manager, Partner & Product Strategy, Asia Pacific
Veraizon Japan Ltd
Dell Technologies, the world’s largest IT venture company, born of the integration of Dell and EMC in 2016, and Dell EMC, the new brand of Infrastructure Solutions products. The reference architecture developed jointly with Red Hat will make the most of the integration synergy and realize an advanced OpenStack platform with speed, flexibility and scalability. In this session, Mr. Horiuchi of Verizon Japan will introduce the overview of the world’s largest commercial NFV service and Dell EMC’s OpenStack solution that supports Verizon’s services. In addition, Dell EMC will introduce the latest OpenStack solution that makes the most of the strengths of Dell Technologies.

16:00-16:40 / 5F Hall A-1

5-A1-8Mellanox Technologies

3 points on Ceph for databases

5-A1-8_mellanox Takahiro Komiya Mellanox Technologies

16:55-17:35 / 5F Hall A-1


17:50-18:30 / 5F Hall A-1


Panel discussion: Containers changing the cloud (tentative)

Ian Lewis Google Cloud Platform
4-B3-10_Container_Hirai Shin Hirai NTT COMWARE Corporation
4-B3-10_Container_kitada Syunya Kitada Yahoo Japan
4-B3-10_Container_kamezawa Coordinator:Hiroyuki Kamezawa Fujitsu Limited
5F Hall A2

13:50-14:30 / 5F Hall A2

5-A2-6ThirdWare Inc.

What is DRBD SDS for OpenStack

Philipp Reisner LINBIT Storage, a critical part of any cloud environment, must be reliable, accessible, and easy to provision. How do you do it without destroying your budget?
Use standard commodity hardware with Open Source Software to build an affordable distributed network storage cluster!
DRBD SDS contains a Linux kernel based data-path for replication of data volumes on the block level. It allows replication and access to multiple machines, and multiple volumes. DRBD9 can replicate data using TCP/IP, or the high speed RMDA. It works with rotating hard disks and/or high speed SSDs. DRBD9 provides transaction safe, synchronous data replication.
Due to the high performance this stack delivers, it is well suited for database workloads (structured data) and workloads that require a conventional file system on a block device.
It is integrated to Cinder and Nova in a way that allows hyper-converged setups. That unifies the advantages of local access performance and the high availability of replicated storage.
All that with comparisons to other SDS technologies, performance numbers, and experiences from the first production deployments.

14:45-15:25 / 5F Hall A2

5-A2-7DataDirect Networks

Cinder, Swift, HDFS – Leave them all to DDN! Get to know our super-high-perfomance storage with great use cases including Yahoo! JAPAN!

5-A2-7_DDN_akimoto Ray Akimoto DataDirect Networks Japan, Inc.
5-A2-7_DDN_shioirigatani Hiroshi Shioirigatani DataDirect Networks Japan, Inc.
OpenStack has entered the practical stage from the verification stage, and storage that is compatible with various protocols at large scale, high load has come to be required. Under such circumstance, DDN supports multiple protocols such as Cinder, Swift, and HDFS. We will introduce Yahoo! JAPAN’s use case that made use of extremely large capacity and high performance. This is a must-listen if you are having trouble with performance with open source storage software!

16:00-16:40 / 5F Hall A2

5-A2-8ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corporation

Let’s build your IaaS smarter with CI/CD. ~Examples and recommended way for OpenStack project~

Tomoya Goto Cloud Integration Department, ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corporation

16:55-17:35 / 5F Hall A2


OpenStack? VMware ! ? – An Introduction to VMware Integrated OpenStack

Yosuke Takahashi VMware

17:50-18:30 / 5F Hall A2

5-A2-10Dynatrace Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd / LAC Co., Ltd.

Full stack troubleshooting and monitoring in OpenStack environments

5-A2-10_dynatrace Dirk Wallerstorfer Dynatrace Many companies leverage the advantages of having a private cloud running on OpenStack: fewer costs, more control, no vendor lock-in. However, they also need to take care of operations and maintenance. OpenStack monitoring and troubleshooting are nontrivial tasks and require time, knowledge, and experience. Hundreds of log files are written by numerous services with several configuration files to countless virtual and physical machines – the possibilities for errors seem endless. Moreover, the performance of applications running on OpenStack can be affected by other applications or even the cloud platform. In such heterogeneous environments, manual root cause analysis is like looking for the needle in the haystack. We’re going to look at common problems in OpenStack environments, how application performance can be affected, analyze root causes, and discuss options for effective and efficient operation and troubleshooting.
5F Hall A3

13:50-14:30 / 5F Hall A3

5-A3-6Super Micro Computer, Inc.

Supermicro RSD solution with High density server and high performance storage for Opentack optimized architecture.

5-A3-6_SuperMicro Taro Iwata Application Optimization FAE Manager, Super Micro Computer, Inc. Supermicro RSD is a total solution with the highest efficiency. RSD delivers a workload-optimized solution with maximum flexibility. This solution offers the lowest TCO with Supermicro High density server , high performance storage and software.

14:45-15:25 / 5F Hall A3


Deploying OpenStack on Kubernetes at Yahoo! JAPAN

4-B3-7_Container2_shunya_kitada Syunya Kitada Yahoo! JAPAN, Cloud 2, Site Operation Division, System Management Group
4-B3-7_Container2_yuta_kinoshita Yuta Kinosita Yahoo! JAPAN, Cloud 1, Site Operation Division, System Management Group

16:00-16:40 / 5F Hall A3

5-A3-8LPI-Japan/ NEC Management Partner, Ltd.

Practical skill level requirements for OpenStack engineers

5-A3-8_sakamoto Ryohei Sakamoto ADOC International Co., Ltd.
5-A3-8_wada Masaki Wada LPI-JAPAN

16:55-17:35 / 5F Hall A3

5-A3-9FIWARE Foundation

Open IoT platforms for Smart Services

5-A3-9_Fiware Ulrich Ahle CEO, FIWARE Foundation

17:50-18:30 / 5F Hall A3


Panel: Infrastructure automation – goals and requirements

4-B1-10_DevOp5_nakajima Moderator: Tomoaki Nakajima Red Hat, Inc.
4-B1-10_DevOp5_makabe Panelists: Toru Makabe Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd.
5-A3-10_Sogabe Panelists: Takashi Sogabe Yahoo! JAPAN
5F Main Hall(Exhibition hall)

12:30-12:45 / 5F Main Hall(Exhibition hall)


Cherry-picking Managed Services – OpenStack on k8s with GKE –

5-MH-4_Equinix Yuki Yamashita Equinix Japan, Integration Service Public cloud service is widening their service range of managed services. I will be introducing how to maximize the merit of those managed services with the use-case of hybrid cloud, which OpenStack-deployed Google Container Engine using OpenStack Kolla interconnects with on-premise data center. The key is “Equinix Cloud Exchange™”, the interconnection service between on-premise and public clouds.

13:00-13:15 / 5F Main Hall(Exhibition hall)

5-MH-5Huawei Technologies Japan K.K.

A case study of high-density servers and NVMe SSD on CyberAgent’s OpenStack platform

Tomohiro Hirano  Huawei Technologies Japan K.K.

15:30-15:45 / 5F Main Hall(Exhibition hall)

5-MH-6VA Linux Systems Japan K.K.

Tips of OpenStack and Open Sources

5-MH-6_VA Shinichi Komatsusaki Vice President, Sales Dept. Sales & Marketing Strategy Div., VA Linux Systems Japan K.K. VA Linux Systems Japan has been involved in OpenStack since the Bexar release. We have a proven track record of Neutron development, community activities, providing implementation & failure analysis solutions via the professional support services. In this session, we show how our OpenStack support services are extended to Docker and Ceph to provide comprehensive services for cloud service providers and large enterprises.
4F Room B1

13:50-14:30 / 4F Room B1

4-B1-6NTT Communications

Topics about operation work and latest developments of the Enterprise Cloud 2.0

4-B1-6_NTTCom Youhei Tsukada Hosting Services Division, Cloud Services Depertment, NTT Communications Enterprise Cloud 2.0 based on OpenStack has been started since March, 2016. We will show you what we have done with examples to deal with various problems and troubles that occur while operating Enterprise Cloud 2.0 that continues to grow day by day. And also introduce latest developments of Enterprise cloud 2.0.

14:45-15:25 / 4F Room B1


Kubernetes on OpenStack

4-B1-7_Ootsuka.jpg Motohiro Ootsuka NEC Solution Innovators, Ltd

16:00-16:40 / 4F Room B1


There’s still time! An in-house OpenStack small start

4-B1-8_yamashita Yuki Yamashita Equinix Japan

16:55-17:35 / 4F Room B1


4-B1-9_Koizumi Toshiharu Koizumi Open Compute Project Japan
4-B1-9_Yamaguchi Osamu Yamaguchi NTT Communications Corporation
4-B1-9_murakoshi Kenya Murakoshi Yahoo! JAPAN
4-B1-9_fujimi Kazuhide Fujimi Yahoo! JAPAN

17:50-18:30 / 4F Room B1


Adapting OpenStack to the Corporate IT Needs

5-A-4_LINE Samir Ibradžić Senior DevOps & Systems Engineer at LINE Corp.
In Line Corp. we aim to Close The Distance between the traditional Service IT Infrastructure world and the contemporary trends of Anything & Everything as a Service. This sessions aims to provide an insight on how we striven to overcome this IT culture gap, and as a result, how we had architected and designed “Verda”, our family of OpenStack based private clouds that we are very proud of. We will share info on how our clouds came into existence, what architecture and components are they using, and what difficulties we faced to make everything happen. Finally, we will provide some clues about what had we learned in the process and where this journey may take us in the future…
4F Room B2

13:50-14:30 / 4F Room B2


Opening Session: Open Fog Consortium Movements

4-B2-6_OpenFog1MakotoYasuda Makoto Yasuda Director of OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee/ Hitachi, Ltd. OpenFog Comsortium is established as the public-private ecosystem formed to accelerate the adoption of fog computing. In this session, summary of consortium, latest trend in US and activities in Japan Regional Committee are intorduced.

14:45-15:25 / 4F Room B2


OpenFog Reference Architecture (Part-1) – Overview

Details of Open Fog Architecture about Software infrastructure, security and communication are introduced.
4-B2-7_OpenFog2_ToshihiroImai Toshihiro Imai OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee/ Cisco Systems G.K.
4-B2-7_OpenFog2_MasahiroShimohori Masahiro Shimohori OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee/ Intel Corporation

16:00-16:40 / 4F Room B2


Panel Discussion: Possibility and Way of Collaboration with OpenStack and OpenFog Consortium

4-B2-8_OpenFog3_ShojiTemma Shoji Temma OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee/ Fujitsu Limited
4-B2-8_OpenFog3_AkiHase Hiroaki Hasegawa Japan OpenStack User Group Board Member/ Equinix, Inc.
4-B2-8_OpenFog3_KimihiroNakamura Kimihiro Nakamura OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee/ Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation
4-B2-8_OpenFog3_HirokiSuenaga Hiroki Suenaga OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee/ Internet Initiative Japan Inc.
4-B2-8_OpenFog3_HisanobuSato Hisanobu Sato OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee/ ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corporation
Members of OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee and Member of OpenStack Community discuss possibilities and ways of collaboration.

16:55-17:35 / 4F Room B2


OpenFog Reference Architecture (Part-2) – SW Infrastructure, Security and Communication

4-B2-9_OpenFog4_KenHatano Ken Hatano OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee/ Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation
4-B2-9_OpenFog4_NorikatsuTakaura Norikatsu Takaura OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee/ Hitachi, Ltd.
4-B2-9_OpenFog4_TaigaYoshida Taiga Yoshida OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee/ NTT Communications Corporation
Overview of OpenFog Reference Architecture published in April 2017 is introduced such as pillars of OpenFog Reference Architecture, functional viewpoint, deployment viewpoint, and so on.

17:50-18:30 / 4F Room B2


Activities of OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee

4-B2-10_OpenFog5_ShojiTemma Shoji Temma OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee/ Fujitsu Limited
4-B2-10_OpenFog5_KenHatano Ken Hatano OpenFog Consortium Japan Regional Committee/ Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation
In this session, use cases of fog computing based on OpenFog Reference Architecture are introduced as follows;
– Use Case: Trasprotation
– Use Case: Smart Factory
Prior to the explanations of use cases, highlight of use cases are introduded.
4F Room B3

13:50-14:30 / 4F Room B3


Standards based containerization with Kubernetes

4-B3-6-_Container_Ian Ian Lewis Developer Advocate, Google Cloud Platform Standards for containers has been seen as a fraught and confusing topic. In this talk I hope to dispel some of the confusion and highlight the progress being made on standards. Attendees will learn about what container standards are out there, and how they fit together. They will come away why containers are important for the future of the container ecosystem. I will discuss container standards and why they are important. I will introduce the Open Containers Initiative (OCI), what it is, and what it hopes to accomplish. I will also discuss cri-o, a tool that provides integration between OCI compliant container runtimes and Kubernetes, and how to use it in your clusters.

14:45-15:25 / 4F Room B3


Toward acquiring OpenStack technical knowledge for SIer infra engineers

4-B3-7_CFS11_kuramochi Takeshi Kuramochi TIS Inc.
Tatsunori Sito TIS Inc.

16:00-16:40 / 4F Room B3


Starting from zero: OpenStack on Kubernetes – deployment and operation

4-B3-8_Container_Hirai Shin Hirai NTT COMWARE Corporation
4-B3-8_Container_Ito Hiroki Ito NTT Corporation

16:55-17:35 / 4F Room B3


Kubernetes and Cloud Native Computing Foundation

4-B3-9_Container_kamezawa Hiroyuki Kamezawa Fujitsu Limited
4F Room B4

13:50-14:30 / 4F Room B4


CyberAgent: using nova-lxd to create an “OpenStack integrated” Kubernetes Cluster

4-B4-6_hasegawa Makoto Hasegawa CyberAgent, Inc.
4-B4-6_aoyama Masaya Aoyama CyberAgent, Inc.

14:45-15:25 / 4F Room B4


Pitfalls in moving a legacy server to OpenStack (Mitaka)

4-B4-7_CFS7 Yoshinori Tanada NTT West Corporation

16:00-16:40 / 4F Room B4


79,200 patterns! A Hyper Convereged Infrastructure trial with OpenStack&Ceph

Speakers (Open Standard Cloud Association): Takehiro Kudou Hitachi Solutions, Ltd. Hirotada Sasaki Red Hat K.K. Masayoshi Hibino Dell Inc.

16:55-17:35 / 4F Room B4


Realizing GPU Container as a Service – the latest comparison of OSS

4-B4-9_CFS9_cho Gyousyou Cho NTT Communications Corporation
4-B4-9_CFS9_sumida Yoshifumi Sumida NTT Communications Corporation

17:50-18:30 / 4F Room B4


A look at multiple OpenStack projects

Speakers (Japan OpenStack User Group):
4-B1-4_Motoki Akihiro Motoki NEC Corporation
4-B4-10_CFS_Igawa Masayuki Igawa Novell, Inc.
Shintaro Mizuno NTT
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