This session is meant for people that already has OpenNebula deployed and knows how to use it. You can catch up with OpenNebula developers and have conversations that are a bit hard to have in the mailing list. It is also a great place to meet other people that may be doing similar things or have already sorted out some of the problems you may have. Here are some ideas on what you can do in the hacking
– Ask about some new feature that is coming in new releases
– Get help modifying Sunstone interface for your company
– Integrate your billing system with OpenNebula accounting
– Create a new Transfer Manager driver that knows how to talk to your SAN
– Migrate a driver you’ve made for an old OpenNebula version to the newest one
– Optimize your OpenNebula deployment
Javier Fontán works as a developer and Advanced Solutions Engineer at C12G Labs where he is a co-founder. He is one of the original developers of OpenNebula where he works mainly with driver integration and tools. The first contact with the industry was as a systems technician in the Supercomputing Center of Galicia managing a wide range of computer systems and later using virtualization to consolidate some of the services provided. Afterwards he worked as a researcher in the Distributed Systems and Architecture group at Complutense University where he focused mainly in Grid Computing and Virtualization. While a researcher he participated in several important European Projects. When he is not fixing bugs or helping users he can be found tinkering with new technologies or hearing strange music.