The last month has been busy to say the least, which is why we haven’t gotten around to posting a recent Blogpost Roundup, but it looks like you all have been busy as well! Thanks as always for continuing to share your knowledge around RDO and OpenStack. Enjoy!
Hardware burn-in in the CERN datacenter by Tim Bell During the Ironic sessions at the recent OpenStack Dublin PTG in Spring 2018, there were some discussions on adding a further burn in step to the OpenStack Bare Metal project (Ironic) state machine. The notes summarising the sessions were reported to the openstack-dev list. This blog covers the CERN burn in… Read more →
It’s been a busy few weeks of blogging! Thanks as always to those of you who continue to write great content. OpenStack Role Assignment Inheritance for CloudForms by Adam Young Operators expect to use CloudForms to perform administrative tasks. For this reason, the documentation for OpenStack states that the Keystone user must have an ‘admin’ role. We found at least… Read more →
Here’s the latest edition of the community blog round-up. Thanks for your contributions!
Here’s the latest round-up of RDO- and OpenStack- related blogposts from the community. Thanks to all who continue to produce this great content! Keep calm and reboot: Patching recent exploits in a production cloud by Tim Bell At CERN, we have around 8,500 hypervisors running 36,000 guest virtual machines. With the accelerator stopping over the CERN annual closure until mid March,… Read more →
If you’ve missed out on some of the great RDO Community content over the past few weeks while you were on holiday, not to worry. I’ve gathered the recent blogposts right here for you. Without further ado… New TripleO quickstart cheatsheet by Carlos Camacho I have created some cheatsheets for people starting to work on TripleO, mostly to help them to… Read more →
It’s time for another round-up of the great content that’s circulating our community. But before we jump in, if you know of an OpenStack or RDO-focused blog that isn’t featured here, be sure to leave a comment below and we’ll add it to the list. ICYMI, here’s what has sparked the community’s attention this month, from Ansible to TripleO, emoji-rendering,… Read more →
It’s been a little while since we’ve posted a roundup of blogposts around RDO, and you all have been rather prolific in the past month! Here’s what we as a community have been talking about: Hooroo! Australia bids farewell to incredible OpenStack Summit by August Simonelli, Technical Marketing Manager, Cloud We have reached the end of another successful and exciting… Read more →
Here’s what the RDO community has been blogging about recently: OpenStack 3rd Party CI with Software Factory by jpena Introduction When developing for an OpenStack project, one of the most important aspects to cover is to ensure proper CI coverage of our code. Each OpenStack project runs a number of CI jobs on each commit to test its validity, so… Read more →
It’s been a few weeks since I did one of these blog wrapups, and there’s been a lot of great content by the RDO community recently. Here’s some of what we’ve been talking about recently: Project Teams Gathering (PTG) report – Zuul by tristanC The OpenStack infrastructure team gathered in Denver (September 2017). This article reports some of Zuul’s topics… Read more →
Here’s some of the great blogs from the RDO community which you may have missed in recent weeks: Using NFS for OpenStack (glance,nova) with selinux by Fabian Arrotin As announced already, I was (between other things) playing with Openstack/RDO and had deployed some small openstack setup in the CentOS Infra. Then I had to look at our existing DevCloud setup…. Read more →
Here’s what the RDO community has been blogging about in the last few weeks: Create a TripleO snapshot before breaking it… by Carlos Camacho The idea of this post is to show how developers can save some time creating snapshots of their development environments for not deploying it each time it breaks. Read more at http://anstack.github.io/blog/2017/07/14/snapshots-for-your-tripleo-vms.html Tuning for Zero Packet… Read more →
Here’s what the community is blogging about lately. OVS-DPDK Parameters: Dealing with multi-NUMA by Kevin Traynor In Network Function Virtualization, there is a need to scale functions (VNFs) and infrastructure (NFVi) across multiple NUMA nodes in order to maximize resource usage. Read more at https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2017/06/28/ovs-dpdk-parameters-dealing-with-multi-numa/ OpenStack Down Under – OpenStack Days Australia 2017 by August Simonelli, Technical Marketing Manager, Cloud… Read more →
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. Read… Read more →
Experiences with Cinder in Production by Arne Wiebalck The CERN OpenStack cloud service is providing block storage via Cinder since Havana days in early 2014. Users can choose from seven different volume types, which offer different physical locations, different power feeds, and different performance characteristics. All volumes are backed by Ceph, deployed in three separate clusters across two data centres…. Read more →