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 →
Julie Pichon talks about her work on TripleO in the Ocata release of OpenStack, at the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta.
Beth Elwell talks about her work on OpenStack Horizon in the Ocata cycle, at the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta.
Miguel Ãngel Ajo talks about the work done on the OpenStack Neutron Quality of Service plugin in the Ocata release, at the OpenStack PTG in Altanta.
Tom Barron talks about the work on Manila in the Ocata release, at the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta.
Ihar Hrachyshka talks about his work on Neutron in Ocata, and what’s coming in Pike.
Victoria Martinez de la Cruz talks Manila, Outreachy, at the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta
Thiago da Silva and Christian Schwede discuss what’s new OpenStack Swift in the Ocata release, at the OpenStack PTG, 2017
Giulio Fidente talks about TripleO and Ceph at the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta.
John Trowbridge (Trown) talks about his work on TripleO in the OpenStack Ocata period, and what’s coming in Pike.
Doug Hellmann talks about release management in OpenStack Ocata, at the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta.
At the OpenStack PTG in February, Stephen Finucane speaks about what’s new in Nova in the Ocata release of OpenStack. Stephen: I’m Stephen Finucane, and I work on Nova for Red Hat. I’ve previously worked at Intel. During most of my time working on Nova I’ve been focused on the same kind of feature set, which is what Intel liked… Read more →
Over the last several years, OpenStack has conducted OpenStack Summit twice a year. One of these occurs in North America, and the other one alternates between Europe and Asia/Pacific. This year, OpenStack Summit in North America is in Boston , and the other one will be in Sydney. This year, though, the OpenStack Foundation is trying something a little different…. Read more →
During the summit in Atlanta, the Vulnerability Management Team gathered in a design session for the upcoming Juno cycle. What is the VMT OpenStack, like any other piece of code, has and will have bugs. Those with security implications must be addressed in a special way, as they can lead to numerous nefarious consequences such as data loss, service interruption… Read more →