For those who are not familiar with the python-tempestconf, it’s a tool for generating a tempest configuration file, which is required for running Tempest tests against a live OpenStack cluster. It queries a cloud and automatically discovers cloud settings, which weren’t provided by a user. Internal project In August 2016 config_tempest tool was decoupled from Red Hat Tempest fork and… Read more →
The RDO community is pleased to announce the general availability of the RDO build for OpenStack Rocky for RPM-based distributions, CentOS Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. RDO is suitable for building private, public, and hybrid clouds. Rocky is the 18th release from the OpenStack project, which is the work of more than 1400 contributors from around the world. The… Read more →
Bust out your spoons cause we’re about to test the first batch of Rocky [road] ice cream! Or, y’know, the first Rocky OpenStack milestone. On 03 and 04 May, TOMORROW and Friday, we’ll have our first milestone test days for Rocky OpenStack. We would love to get as wide participation in the RDO Test Days from our global team as… Read more →
The RDO community is pleased to announce the general availability of the RDO build for OpenStack Queens for RPM-based distributions, CentOS Linux 7 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. RDO is suitable for building private, public, and hybrid clouds. Queens is the 17th release from the OpenStack project, which is the work of more than 1600 contributors from around the world… Read more →
Here’s the latest edition of the community blog round-up. Thanks for your contributions!
In just a few weeks, the OpenStack Foundation will be holding the PTG – the Project Teams Gathering – in Dublin, Ireland. At this event, the various project teams will discuss what will be implemented in the Rocky release of OpenStack. This is the third PTG, with the first one being in Atlanta, and the second in Denver. At each… Read more →
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 →
In October, RDO had a small presence at the Open Source Summit (formerly known as LinuxCon) in Prague, Czechia. While this event does not traditionally draw a big OpenStack audience, we were treated to a great talk by Monty Taylor on Zuul, and Fatih Degirmenci gave an interesting talk on cross-community CI, in which he discussed the joint work between… Read more →
TL;DR: Live RDO cloud will be available for testing on upcoming test day. http://rdoproject.org/testday/queens/milestone2/ for more info. The last few test days have been somewhat lackluster, and have not had much participation. We think that there’s a number of reasons for this: Deploying OpenStack is hard and boring Not everyone has the necessary hardware to do it anyways Automated testing… Read more →
While at OpenStack Summit, I had an opportunity to talk with Emilien Macchi about the work on TripleO in the Pike and Queens projects.
Here I’d like to give a summary of the Sydney OpenStack Summit docs sessions that I took part in, and share my comments on them with the broader OpenStack community. Docs project update At this session, we discussed a recent major refocus of the Documentation project work and restructuring of the OpenStack official documentation. This included migrating documentation from the… 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 →
Skydive is “an open source real-time network topology and protocols analyzer”. It is a tool (with CLI and web interface) to help analyze and debug your network (OpenStack, OpenShift, containers, …). The Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) is a set of data plane libraries and network interface controller drivers for fast packet processing. http://dpdk.org/ As Skydive uses flow probes to… Read more →