Rain Leander

Rain is a systematic, slightly psychic, interdisciplinary community liaison with a Bachelor’s in dance and a Master’s in IT. An epic public speaker, she has disappeared within a box stuffed with swords, created life, and flown through the air with the greatest of ease. Seriously. Rain is an active technical contributor with RDO, Fedora Project, OpenStack, TripleO, and DjangoGirls. Come say hello. Bring cake.

Community Blog Round Up: 31 July

One last happy birthday to OpenStack before we get ready to wrap up Rocky and prep for OpenStack PTG in Denver Colorado. Mary makes us drool over cupcakes, Carlos asks for our vote for his TripleO presentations, and Assaf dives into tenant, provider, and external neutron networks! Happy Birthday OpenStack from SF Bay Area Open Infra by Mary Thengvall I… Read more →

Community Blog Round-Up: 18 July

We’ve got three posts this week related to OpenStack – Adam Young’s insight on how to verify if a patch has been tested as a reviewer, while Zane Bitter takes a look at OpenStack’s multiple layers of services, and then Nir Yechiel introduces us to the five things we need to know about networking on Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13…. Read more →

Community Blog Round-Up: 11 July

I know what you’re thinking – another blog round up SO SOON?!? Is it MY BIRTHDAY?!? Maybe! But it’s definitely OpenStack’s birthday this month – eight years old – and there are an absolute TON of blog posts as a result. Well, maybe not a ton, but definitely a lot to write about and therefore, there are a lot more… Read more →

Community Blog Round-Up: 04 July

So much happened over the past month that it’s definitely time to set off the fireworks! To start, Steve Hardy shares his tips and tricks for TripleO containerized deployments, then Zane Bitter talks discusses the ever expanding OpenStack Foundation, while Maria Bracho introduces us to Red Hat OpenStack Platform’s fast forward upgrades in a step-by-step overview, and so very much… Read more →