TL;DR: Sign up here for the video interviews at the PTG in Denver next month. Earlier this year, at the PTG in Atlanta I did video interviews with some of the Red Hat engineering who were there. You can see these videos on the RDO YouTube channel. Or you can see the teaser video here: This year, I’ll be expanding… Read more →
Ada Lee talks about OpenStack Security, Barbican, Novajoin, and TLS Everywhere in Ocata, at the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta, 2017.
Introducing Opstools-ansible Ansible Ansible is an agentless, declarative configuration management tool. Ansible can be used to install and configure packages on a wide variety of targets. Targets are defined in the inventory file for Ansible to apply the predefined actions. Actions are defined as playbooks or sometime roles in the form of YAML files. Details of Ansible can be found… Read more →
This blog post describes the steps required to deploy OVN in tripleo and a little bit of details on how it is deployed and the various components of tripleo used. If you are interested only in deploying OVN, then please see the last section. Components of OVN OVN has the following components or services which needs to be deployed and… Read more →
It can be intimidating trying to get involved in an open source project. Particularly one as huge and complicated as OpenStack. But we want you to join us on the RDO project, so we’re trying to make it as easy as possible to get started. To that end, we’ve started the EasyFix initiative. EasyFix is a collection of "easy" tickets… Read more →
Zuul is a program used to gate a project’s source code repository so that changes are only merged if they pass integration tests. This article presents some of the new features in the next version: ZuulV3 Distributed configuration The configuration is distributed accross projects’ repositories, for example, here is what the new zuul main.yaml configuration will look like: – tenant:… Read more →
Here are the two presentations from the Pune OpenStack Meetup earlier this week: Contributing to OpenStack (Presentation slides HERE) Neutron deep dive
I’m happy to annouce version 0.44.2 of rdopkg RPM packaging automation tool has been released. While a changelog generated from git commits is available in the original 0.44 release commit message, I think it’s also worth a human readable summary of the work done by the rdopkg community for this release. I’m not sure about the format yet, so I’ll… Read more →