Community Blog Round-Up: 18 July

We’ve got three posts this week related to OpenStack – Adam Young’s insight on how to verify if a patch has been tested as a reviewer, while Zane Bitter takes a look at OpenStack’s multiple layers of services, and then Nir Yechiel introduces us to the five things we need to know about networking on Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13…. Read more →

Community Blog Round-Up: 11 July

I know what you’re thinking – another blog round up SO SOON?!? Is it MY BIRTHDAY?!? Maybe! But it’s definitely OpenStack’s birthday this month – eight years old – and there are an absolute TON of blog posts as a result. Well, maybe not a ton, but definitely a lot to write about and therefore, there are a lot more… Read more →

Community Blog Round-Up: 04 July

So much happened over the past month that it’s definitely time to set off the fireworks! To start, Steve Hardy shares his tips and tricks for TripleO containerized deployments, then Zane Bitter talks discusses the ever expanding OpenStack Foundation, while Maria Bracho introduces us to Red Hat OpenStack Platform’s fast forward upgrades in a step-by-step overview, and so very much… Read more →

Rocky Test Days Milestone 2: June 14-15

Who’s up for a rematch? Rocky Milestone 2 is here and we’re ready to rumble! Join us on June 14 & 15 (next Thursday and Friday) for an awesome time of taking down bugs and fighting errors in the most recent release. We won’t be pulling any punches. Want to get in on the action? We’re looking for developers, users,… Read more →

Community Blog Round-up: June 4

I’m in a bit of shock that it’s already June… anyone else share that feeling? With summer around the corner for those of us in the northern hemisphere (or Juneuary as we call it in San Francisco), there’s a promise of vacations ahead. Be sure to take us along on your various adventures — sharing about your new favorite hacks,… Read more →

RDO Duck adventures at the Vancouver OpenStack Summit

Last week, I attended the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver, as RDO Ambassador. That was a good experience to connect with the RDO community. What does an RDO ambassador do? As an ambassador, your role is to engage the community by answering their questions, helping them to fix their issues, or getting started to contribute. You don’t need to know everything,… Read more →

The RDO Community Represents at RedHat Summit, May 8-10

Over the past few weeks we’ve been gearing up for Red Hat Summit and now it’s almost here! We hope to see you onsite — there are so many great talks, events, and networking opportunities to take advantage of. From panels to general sessions to hands-on labs, chances are you’re going to have a hard time choosing which sessions to… Read more →

Community Blogpost Round-up: April 20

The last month has been busy to say the least, which is why we haven’t gotten around to posting a recent Blogpost Roundup, but it looks like you all have been busy as well! Thanks as always for continuing to share your knowledge around RDO and OpenStack. Enjoy!

March 14 Community Blog Round-up

Hardware burn-in in the CERN datacenter by Tim Bell During the Ironic sessions at the recent OpenStack Dublin PTG in Spring 2018, there were some discussions on adding a further burn in step to the OpenStack Bare Metal project (Ironic) state machine. The notes summarising the sessions were reported to the openstack-dev list. This blog covers the CERN burn in… Read more →

March 1 Blogpost Roundup

It’s been a busy few weeks of blogging! Thanks as always to those of you who continue to write great content. OpenStack Role Assignment Inheritance for CloudForms by Adam Young Operators expect to use CloudForms to perform administrative tasks. For this reason, the documentation for OpenStack states that the Keystone user must have an ‘admin’ role. We found at least… Read more →