Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018

schedule

H.2213


Day Start End Track(s)
Saturday 10:30 18:05 Testing and automation
Sunday 09:00 17:00 Software Defined Storage
09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday A real life story about product testing with robotframework
Lessons learned testing IoT devices with robotframework.
Piece of cake
testing remote embedded devices made easy with MuxPi
Advanced testing in action on a Java project
Demonstrating testing practices using Java, Maven, Docker and Jenkins.
Load testing with Locust Simplifying the contribution process for both contributors & maintainers
A case study of the GitHub integration in EasyBuild
Testing and Validating distributed systems
with Apache Spark and Apache Beam
Testing Red Hat Enterprise Linux the Microsoft way
Diving into Pairwise (a.k.a. all-pairs) test case generation techniques
Building an integration testing framework
Integration testing framework we are building to test GitLab using Docker and Kubernetes
SystemTestPortal
A web application for managing manual system tests
Sunday Introduction to Swift Object Storage
Understanding the architecture and use cases
Gluster-4.0 and GD2
Learn what's in Gluster's future
LizardFS - a year in development Geographically distributed Swift clusters Container Attached Storage (CAS) with OpenEBS
A different approach to container storage
Debugging A Live Gluster File System Using .meta Directory Ceph management with openATTIC Developing applications with Swift as Storage System
Learn about the API features to power up your application
Ceph & ELK
Use the power of the ELK stack to know more about your Ceph Cluster!
CephFS Gateways
Distributed Filesystem Access via NFS and Samba
How to backup Ceph at scale Reasons to mitigate from NFSV3 to NFSV4/4.1

Events

Title Track Start End

Saturday

  A real life story about product testing with robotframework
Lessons learned testing IoT devices with robotframework.
Testing and automation 10:30 11:15
  Piece of cake
testing remote embedded devices made easy with MuxPi
Testing and automation 11:25 12:10
  Advanced testing in action on a Java project
Demonstrating testing practices using Java, Maven, Docker and Jenkins.
Testing and automation 12:20 13:05
  Load testing with Locust Testing and automation 13:15 13:30
  Simplifying the contribution process for both contributors & maintainers
A case study of the GitHub integration in EasyBuild
Testing and automation 14:10 14:55
  Testing and Validating distributed systems
with Apache Spark and Apache Beam
Testing and automation 15:05 15:50
  Testing Red Hat Enterprise Linux the Microsoft way
Diving into Pairwise (a.k.a. all-pairs) test case generation techniques
Testing and automation 16:00 16:45
  Building an integration testing framework
Integration testing framework we are building to test GitLab using Docker and Kubernetes
Testing and automation 16:55 17:30
  SystemTestPortal
A web application for managing manual system tests
Testing and automation 17:50 18:05

Sunday

  Introduction to Swift Object Storage
Understanding the architecture and use cases
Software Defined Storage 09:00 09:40
  Gluster-4.0 and GD2
Learn what's in Gluster's future
Software Defined Storage 09:45 10:25
  LizardFS - a year in development Software Defined Storage 10:30 11:10
  Geographically distributed Swift clusters Software Defined Storage 11:15 11:55
  Container Attached Storage (CAS) with OpenEBS
A different approach to container storage
Software Defined Storage 12:00 12:40
  Debugging A Live Gluster File System Using .meta Directory Software Defined Storage 12:45 13:10
  Ceph management with openATTIC Software Defined Storage 13:15 13:55
  Developing applications with Swift as Storage System
Learn about the API features to power up your application
Software Defined Storage 14:00 14:40
  Ceph & ELK
Use the power of the ELK stack to know more about your Ceph Cluster!
Software Defined Storage 14:45 15:10
  CephFS Gateways
Distributed Filesystem Access via NFS and Samba
Software Defined Storage 15:15 15:55
  How to backup Ceph at scale Software Defined Storage 16:00 16:40
  Reasons to mitigate from NFSV3 to NFSV4/4.1 Software Defined Storage 16:45 17:00