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Monday, August 17 • 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Ginger – An HTML5 Management Interface for Hosts - Daniel Henrique Barboza, IBM

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In the current cloud computing environment we live, systems management has changed. The administrator must now manage virtual machines, where each one can act as servers as well, which requires host management. This scenario can be handled by a Hypervisor. We present an open source altenative to manage the above scenario. The Kimchi Project is an open source project that consists of a HTML5 management interface to manage virtual machines. But Kimchi alone is not enough to handle today's demands. To help configure and manage the host, we present Ginger. It is a Kimchi plug-in, written in Python, that allows remote management of the host to control the the network configuration, backup, users and more. In this presentation, Aline and Daniel will dive into Ginger, showing how this open source alternative can provide advanced management features through a user-friendly interface.

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Daniel Henrique Barboza

Daniel Barboza is a senior software engineer at the IBM Linux Technology Center in Brazil. He is a collaborator of the Kimchi Project, a HTML5 management interface to kernel-based virtual machine (KVM), written in Python, JavaScript and HTML5, and the maintainer of Ginger, a Kimchi plug-in for host management. His background also includes Eclipse programming, mobile devices programming on IBM System X, and a Masters of Science degree on mobile... Read More →


Monday August 17, 2015 4:20pm - 5:10pm
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