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Friday, May 31 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Introduction to network virtualization in IaaS Cloud - Yoshi Tamura, Midokura & Akane Matsuo, Midokura

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Midokura will present an overview of various technologies in Cloud Network, and introduce Midokura's technology, MidoNet, which addresses the problems such as scalability, fault tolerance, agility and self-service by tenants.  The plugins and client libraries for MidoNet are open source and the plugins for both OpenStack and CloudStack have been merged in upstream.  The target audience is cloud operators and providers.  The level of expertise would be from engineers operating or considering to deploy cloud suites, and managers considering to leverage cloud for their businesses.


Akane Matsuo

Akane Matsuo is a senior manager at Midokura where she works on business development and sales. Akane has been talking with Cloud users about network virtualization in IaaS Cloud to improve MidoNet, Midokura's network virtualization technology. Prior to Midokura, Akane worked for NTTCommunications.

Yoshi Tamura

Yoshi Tamura is a Product Manger at Midokura where he joined as a Senior Software Engineer in 2011. He worked on various components of MidoNet, Midokura's network virtualization technology, such as core, GUI and automated deployment system for QA. Prior to joining Midokura, Yoshi spent six years at NTT labs as a researcher, where he worked with various open source communities especially in virtualization.

Friday May 31, 2013 3:00pm - 3:50pm

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