Webinar | Deploying scalable Heat stacks

Join us on Thursday, August 25th, 2016 to participate in a free webinar that will introduce you to the OpenStack® Heat orchestration service.

The webinar will give a high-level presentation of the OpenStack Heat and OpenStack Ceilometer services. A demonstration will show how scalable Heat stacks can be created and how the Ceilometer telemetry service can be used to monitor the OpenStack infrastructure and scale. We will cover:

  • Presentation of the Heat and Ceilometer services
  • Presentation of Heat stacks and Ceilometer alarms
  • Heat stack creation & autoscaling participants

There will also be time for a live Q&A with Razique Mahroua, a curriculum manager from the Red Hat Training and Certification team.


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