SF Bay OpenStack Meetup Topic: CloudSlang (an open source orchestration engine)

Cloud Native Silicon Valley

Apr 1, 2016, 2:00 – 4:00 AM

In-person event

About this event

“Orchestration as code” 

CloudSlang is an open source tool for orchestrating cutting edge technologies, such as Docker and CoreOS in an agentless manner. You can use ready-made workflows or define your own custom ones. CloudSlang workflows are reusable, shareable and easy to understand. Although writing your own CloudSlang content is easy using the YAML-based DSL, you don’t need to write a single line of code to leverage the power of CloudSlang. There is a growing repository of ready-made content that integrates with many of today’s hottest technologies, such as Docker and CoreOS. And, the open source nature of the project means that you’ll be able to reuse and repurpose content shared by the community.

Come hear an overview of CloudSlang, learn about all the free content available to you, including integrations and healthchecks on OpenStack. And see a cool demo of CloudSlang deploying Dockerized Apps.

To brush up on CloudSlang technology prior to the meetup, visit:CloudSlang.io


Pavithra Gopisetty is a Technical Product Manager at Hewlett Packard Enterprise responsible for HP Software's orchestration technology. Pavithra has also been a technical lead for the cloud automation solutions, including Server Automation. Pavithra received her degrees in computer and information sciences from Purdue University. For fun (beyond the fun of public speaking), Pavithra runs marathons, including the Death Valley Trail Marathon and San Francisco Marathon.



Friday, April 1, 2016
2:00 AM – 4:00 AM UTC


  • Lisa-Marie Namphy

    Director, Developer Relations

  • John Starmer

    Kumulus Technologies

    Lead Organizer