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Friday, January 25 • 1:00pm - 1:25pm
Declare your Linux Network state!

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Various services built on top of Linux need to manage the network configuration. Each service models network entities differently and uses various APIs to change the network state, multiplying the required work.
NMState centralizes the challenges by providing a unified declarative representation of the Linux network state and allowing to modify it using the same schema. NMState also provides Ansible network modules to manage Linux systems, conforming to the same uniform schema used to control network appliances.
The talk will introduce NMState, its core capabilities, current users and roadmap, including plans for Kubevirt, oVirt, Openshift and Openstack support. Afterwards, the audience will understand the benefits of using NMState to centralize collaboration on Linux network management.

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Edward Haas

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Software and Networking specialist, currently focusing on virtualization and container technologies. Experienced with data path optimization and acceleration.Consider code as an art and keeping it clean as a must.
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Till Maas

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
As a senior software engineer at Red Hat, Till Maas maintains the Network System Role for Ansible and works on Nmstate, a declarative network manager API.For more than 12 years, he contributes to the Fedora project in multiple areas. Currently he serves as an elected member of the... Read More →

Friday January 25, 2019 1:00pm - 1:25pm CET