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4 Proposals with 2 speakers from Gigaspaces Uri Cohen and Nati Shalom

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+title: Building cross region and cross cloud high availability into your app
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+**Abstract:**
+
+A real life case: Achieving high levels of availability and disaster
+recovery in a cloud environment requires the implementation of
+patterns and practices that introduce redundancy through multi-zone,
+multi-region, and multi-cloud deployments. As we move towards
+implementing higher availability, we cannot escape the direct increase
+in the accidental complexity of the deployment architecture resulting
+from lack of cloud portability and deployment lifecycle automation. We
+present a solution approach implemented by a real-world user for
+achieving high availability and disaster recovery using the Cloudify
+open source framework. This approach applies to not just AWS, but also
+other public clouds and private cloud environments such as Eucalyptus.
+The resulting reference architecture provides portable PostgreSQL
+replication and disaster recovery as well as application tier
+scalability across zones, regions, and public/private clouds through a
+unified deployment workflow.
+
+**Speaker:**
+
+Uri Cohen heads the Product and Developer community efforts at GigaSpaces,
+and is a frequent speaker at various industry events and meetups. Most
+recently, Uri co-organized the first DevOps conference in Israel. Uri
+has spoken at QCon New York, Cassandra Summit, CloudStack
+Collaboration Conference, QCon London, QCon San Francisco, CloudBeat
+and Devoxx, among others.
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+author: Nati Shalom
+title: Building your own OpsWorks with Chef and Cloudify
+---
+
+**Abstract:**
+
+AWS OpsWorks is a DevOps solution for managing applications of any
+scale or complexity on the AWS cloud. With OpsWorks you can manage
+your complete application lifecycle, including resource provisioning,
+configuration management, application deployment, software updates,
+monitoring, etc. However, OpsWorks is only applicable to AWS. What if
+you could create and manage a similar service on top of any cloud? In
+this session we will introduce Cloudify, a new open source PaaS
+framework. Cloudify takes a different approach by using recipes (as
+opposed to heavyweight coding and platform extension) as a means to
+introduce new application stacks to the PaaS layer. You can think of
+it as extending the recipe model of Chef to support application level
+concerns such as orchestration, dependency management, multi-tier and
+multi-host deployments, monitoring and auto-scaling. This session will
+introduce how Cloudify leverages Chef as a key enabler for an open
+PaaS framework.
+
+**Speaker:**
+
+Nati Shalom is the Founder and CTO of GigaSpaces, he was recently
+recognized as a Top Cloud Computing Blogger for CIO’s by The CIO
+Magazine and he is also the founder of the IGTCLoud. Nati is also a
+frequent presenter at industry conferences. He has spoken at IBM
+Information on Demand, Big Data Spain, DevOpsCon, NoSQL Now, UP Cloud,
+Computing Conference, OpenStack Israel, and Cloud Mafia San Francisco,
+among others.
+
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+author: Uri Cohen
+title: Continuous Delivery with Jenkins and Cloudify (FastConnect)
+---
+
+**Abstract:**
+
+Continuous delivery is not an option anymore for organizations and
+companies that implement online services and products. The ability to
+rollout new code changes quickly and as frequently as needed is an
+important business enabler. In this session we’ll review the current
+options for CD in the cloud, and learn how to implement an automated
+CD process using Cloudify and Jenkins.
+
+
+**Speaker:**
+
+Uri Cohen heads the Product and Developer community efforts at GigaSpaces,
+and is a frequent speaker at various industry events and meetups. Most
+recently, Uri co-organized the first DevOps conference in Israel. Uri
+has spoken at QCon New York, Cassandra Summit, CloudStack
+Collaboration Conference, QCon London, QCon San Francisco, CloudBeat
+and Devoxx, among others.
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+author: Nati Shalom
+title: Testing as a Service - How we used OpenStack to automate our entire dev and testing environment
+---
+
+**Abstract:**
+
+Building and testing distributed software platforms can be a tedious
+and daunting task. Achieving good coverage can be very hard since a
+lot of factors affect the overall testability and coverage of a
+system. Some problems only become apparent on a distributed setup,
+such as timing and network issues, etc. In this session we’ll explain
+how we used OpenStack and Cloudify to implement and automate real
+integration testing (as in, no mocks) for our entire product suite,
+and how we significantly improved our overall coverage and
+reliability.
+
+**Speaker:**
+
+Nati Shalom is the Founder and CTO of GigaSpaces, he was recently
+recognized as a Top Cloud Computing Blogger for CIO’s by The CIO
+Magazine and he is also the founder of the IGTCLoud. Nati is also a
+frequent presenter at industry conferences. He has spoken at IBM
+Information on Demand, Big Data Spain, DevOpsCon, NoSQL Now, UP Cloud,
+Computing Conference, OpenStack Israel, and Cloud Mafia San Francisco,
+among others.
+
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