Here’s what RDO engineers have been writing about over the past week.
If you’re writing about RDO, or about OpenStack on CentOS, Fedora or RHEL, and you’re not on my list, please let me know!
Back from Vancouver, towards Liberty, by Flavio Percoco
Just like in every other summit, we had fun, we discussed things, we brainstormed, we (kinda) fought, we enjoyed the excitement of being there and we came back with plans that we consider are a common ground between what we and others think is best for our projects and our community.
… read more at http://tm3.org/j
Life at the Intersection of Pets and Cattle, by Andrew Beekhof
The theory goes that pets have no place in the server room. Everything should be stateless and replicated and if one copy dies, who cares because there are 100 more. Except real life isn’t like that.
… read more at http://tm3.org/k
TripleO Liberty Recap, by James Slagle
Over the Kilo cycle, we’ve added a bunch of features to TripleO. See my last blog post for more details of what was added. TripleO has been able to deploy OpenStack clouds for a while, but the community has really been focusing on pushing forwards with making the tooling flexible enough to deploy across a wide variety of production needs. We’ve made a lot of great progress recently. At the summit, a couple of clear messages shone through to me concerning TripleO.
… read more at http://tm3.org/l
OpenStack Swift – Vancouver summit report, by Christian Schwede
I’d like to share a few highlights regarding Swift during last weeks OpenStack Summit in Vancouver. From my experience it was the best summit so far – for Swift as well as overall.
… read more at http://tm3.org/m
Geocaching at OpenStack Summit, by Rich Bowen
Well, I planned to go geocaching at OpenStack Summit, but it really didn’t work out. Almost every moment that I wasn’t working the expo hall, I was in my hotel room, in bed. Yes, I spent most of OpenStack Summit week sick, and didn’t get out of the hotel much.
… read more at http://tm3.org/n