OpenStack Swift is an object storage solution built for massive scale with a focus on durability and availability of the stored data. The latest release, 2.0, is the biggest change in the history of the project since the open source release four years ago and adds a new feature called Storage Policies.
A few weeks ago was the OpenStack Design Summit in Atlanta, GA where we, developers, discussed and designed the new OpenStack release (Juno) coming up. I’ve been there mainly to discuss Ceilometer upcoming developments. The summit has been great. It was my third OpenStack design summit, and the first one not being a PTL, meaning it was a largely more… Read more →
There was a lot of interest in Swift during the Juno OpenStack Summit in Atlanta and sessions and workshops were very well attended. More than 30 sessions were directly or indirectly related to Swift, its use cases and discussion on the past, current and future development of Swift. Thanks to all the awesome people who are developing and using Swift… Read more →
If you could not attend the last OpenStack Summit in Atlanta and you are interested by Puppet, this article is for you. First feedback: I was so happy to see dedicated sessions for Automation and OPS subjects. We got plenty of sessions where we could share experiences about the reality of OpenStack in production. Most people present in these sessions… 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 →