Using Ansible Validations With Red Hat OpenStack Platform – Part 3 by August Simonelli, Technical Marketing Manager, Cloud
In the previous two blogposts (Part 1 and Part 2) we demonstrated how to create a dynamic Ansible inventory file for a running OpenStack cloud. We then used that inventory to run Ansible-based validations with the ansible-playbook command from the CLI.
TripleO deep dive session index by Carlos Camacho
This is a brief index with all TripleO deep dive sessions, you can see all videos on the TripleO YouTube channel.
TripleO deep dive session #10 (Containers) by Carlos Camacho
This is the 10th release of the TripleO “Deep Dive” sessions
OpenStack, Containers, and Logging by Lars Kellogg-Stedman
I’ve been thinking about logging in the context of OpenStack and containerized service deployments. I’d like to lay out some of my thoughts on this topic and see if people think I am talking crazy or not.
John Trowbridge: TripleO in Ocata by Rich Bowen
John Trowbridge (Trown) talks about his work on TripleO in the OpenStack Ocata period, and what’s coming in Pike.
Doug Hellmann: Release management in OpenStack Ocata by Rich Bowen
Doug Hellmann talks about release management in OpenStack Ocata, at the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta.
Using Ansible Validations With Red Hat OpenStack Platform – Part 2 by August Simonelli, Technical Marketing Manager, Cloud
In Part 1 we demonstrated how to set up a Red Hat OpenStack Ansible environment by creating a dynamic Ansible inventory file (check it out if you’ve not read it yet!).