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OpenStack Cloud Computing Cookbook - Third Edition Paperback – August 19, 2015
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Kevin Jackson is married and has three children. He is an experienced IT professional working with business and enterprises of all sizes at Rackspace as an OpenStack and private cloud specialist. Kevin has been working with OpenStack since early 2011 and has extensive experience of various flavors of Linux, Unix, and hosting environments. Kevin can be found on Twitter at @itarchitectkev. Kevin authored the first edition and coauthored the second edition of the OpenStack Cloud Computing Cookbook, Packt Publishing. Kevin also coauthored OpenStack Foundation's OpenStack Architecture Design Guide during a 5-day book sprint in California.
Cody Bunch is a principal architect in the Rackspace Private Cloud group based out of San Antonio, Texas. Cody has been working with OpenStack since early 2012, coauthored the second edition of this book and also coauthored OpenStack Security Guide. Cody has extensive experience with virtualized and cloud environments in various-sized enterprises and hosting environments. Cody can be found on Twitter at @cody_bunch.
Egle Sigler is an OpenStack Foundation board member and a principal architect in the Rackspace Private Cloud group based out of San Antonio, Texas. Egle holds an M.S. degree in computer science. She started her career as a software developer and still has a soft spot for all the people who write, test, and deploy code, since she has had the chance to do all of those tasks throughout her career. Egle dreams about a day when writing, testing, and deploying code will be a seamless and easy process―bug and frustration free for all. Egle believes that knowledge should be shared and has tried to do this by writing this book, giving talks and workshops at conferences, and blogging. Egle can be found on Twitter at @eglute. She has coauthored DevOps for VMware Administrators (VMware Press Technology).
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