I haven’t done an update in a few weeks. Here are some of the blog posts from our community in the last few weeks.
Red Hat joins the DPDK Project by Marcos Garcia – Principal Technical Marketing Manager
Today, the DPDK community announced during the Open Networking Summit that they are moving the project to the Linux Foundation, and creating a new governance structure to enable companies to engage with the project, and pool resources to promote the DPDK community. As a long-time contributor to DPDK, Red Hat is proud to be a founding Gold member of the new DPDK Project initiative under the Linux Foundation.
What’s new in OpenStack Ocata by rbowen
OpenStack Ocata has now been out for a little over a month – https://releases.openstack.org/ – and we’re about to see the first milestone of the Pike release. Past cycles show that now’s about the time when people start looking at the new release to see if they should consider moving to it. So here’s a quick overview of what’s new in this release.
Read more at http://drbacchus.com/whats-new-in-openstack-ocata/
Steve Hardy: OpenStack TripleO in Ocata, from the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta by Rich Bowen
Steve Hardy talks about TripleO in the Ocata release, at the Openstack PTG in Atlanta.
Using a standalone Nodepool service to manage cloud instances by tristanC
Nodepool is a service used by the OpenStack CI team to deploy and manage a pool of devstack images on a cloud server for use in OpenStack project testing.
Red Hat Summit 2017 – Planning your OpenStack labs by Eric D. Schabell
This year in Boston, MA you can attend the Red Hat Summit 2017, the event to get your updates on open source technologies and meet with all the experts you follow throughout the year.
Stephen Finucane – OpenStack Nova – What’s new in Ocata by Rich Bowen
At the OpenStack PTG in February, Stephen Finucane speaks about what’s new in Nova in the Ocata release of OpenStack.
Zane Bitter – OpenStack Heat, OpenStack PTG, Atlanta by Rich Bowen
At the OpenStack PTG last month, Zane Bitter speaks about his work on OpenStack Heat in the Ocata cycle, and what comes next.
The journey of a new OpenStack service in RDO by amoralej
When new contributors join RDO, they ask for recommendations about how to add new services and help RDO users to adopt it. This post is not a official policy document nor a detailed description about how to carry out some activities, but provides some high level recommendations to newcomers based on what I have learned and observed in the last year working in RDO.
InfraRed: Deploying and Testing Openstack just made easier! by bregman
Deploying and testing OpenStack is veryÂ easy. If you read the headline and your eyebrows raised, you are at the right place. I believe that most of us, who experienced at least one deployment of OpenStack, will agree that deploying OpenStack can be a quite frustrating experience. It doesn’t matter if you are using it for […]