The RESERVOIR project is organizing an OpenNebula training session in Paris on March 22, similar to the one held in Brussels last January. The training will be given by CETIC and the RESERVOIR project and will take place in La Cantine.
RESERVOIR is an IBM-led joint research initiative of 13 European partners to develop technologies that help automate the fluctuating demand for IT resources in a cloud computing environment. To pave the way to adoption of cloud technology by businesses, the RESERVOIR project has integrated a set of virtualization and cloud management tools. The participants will learn about the global architecture of the RESERVOIR Framework, with a particular attention given to OpenNebula. The training will cover the management aspects: installation, configuration and administration. The participants will also learn about the use of OpenNebula, including private, hybrid and public cloud topologies. The course includes hands-on exercises to be performed using attendee’s laptops.
This event is free of charge, but you must register by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org as attendance is restricted to 20 persons.