Here’s the blog posts that came out of the RDO community last week.
Keystone is not an authentication service, by Nathan Kinder
In my previous post about security related updates that are coming in Juno, I mentioned that Keystone itself is a poor identity management solution. I feel that this is a topic that deserves a more thorough discussion.
… More at tm3.org/blog08
TripleO vs OpenStack HA, by Giulio Fidente
One of the topics discussed during the TripleO mid-cycle meetup in RDU was our status in relation to deploying OpenStack in a highly available manner. This had been actively worked on for some time and recently reached a usable state.
… More at tm3.org/blog07
Layer 3 High Availability, by Assaf Muller
L3 agents don’t (Currently) have any of the fancy high availability tricks that DHCP offers, and yet the people demand high availability. So what are people doing?
… More at tm3.org/blog06
OpenStack Ceilometer and the Gnocchi experiment, by Julien Danjou
In this article, Julien talks about the Gnocchi project, the reasons it was created, its goals, and what progress has been made so far.
… More at tm3.org/blog05