Before OpenStack Summit, I interviewed Mike Perez about what’s new in Cinder in the LIberty release, and what’s coming in Mitaka. Unfortunately, life got a little busy and I didn’t get it posted before Summit. However, with Liberty still fresh, this is still very timely content. In this interview, Mike talks about the awesome new features that have gone into… Read more →
The summit was exciting and full of good things and announcements. We had great Cinder sessions and an amazing Ceph/OpenStack integration session. I’ve led the Ceph/OpenStack integration session with Josh Durgin (Inktank). We had a good participation from the audience. I would like to specially thank Sage Weil, Haomai Wang, Edward Hope-Morley for their good inputs. The main purpose of… Read more →
Our friends in Inktank recently added a new page to the wiki documenting the process for enabling Ceph for block storage on RDO. This has been a popular request from RDO users in addition to the documentation and support for Gluster as a storage back-end. Let us know how it works!
After an intensive week, it’s good to see that the last day was quite with PTL (Project Technical Lead) sessions which inform people about the roadmap for Havana release (which will be delivered next September). Heat session : Updates in Havana parallel resource creation further improve OpenStack Networking support Rolling updates Support for new/extended template language Add autoscaling API… Read more →
Introduction “G” release is the next stable version of OpenStack which is going to be released the 4th April 2013. For remind us, Folsom brought us two new core projects : Quantum (Networking) and Cinder (Volumes). Two new projects have been incubated : Ceilometer (metering) led by Nicolas Barcet (VP Products at eNovance), and Heat (Cloud Orchestration). Oslo is a… Read more →
Oct, 18 , 2012 – San Diego – The eNovance team Day 3 at OpenStack Summit. Let’s continue the series of posts related to OpenStack Summit. Multi-backend support for Cinder http://wiki.openstack.org/Cinder/MultiVolumeBackend During the session, they directly used etherpad.Very informal presentation where the audience debated heavily and the conclusions went straight to the etherpadThe speaker works for Rackspace and did… Read more →