Introduction Software Factory is an easy to deploy software development forge. It provides, among others features, code review and continuous integration (CI). The latest Software Factory release features Zuul V3 that provides integration with Github. In this blog post I will explain how to configure a Software Factory instance, so that you can experiment with gating Github repositories with Zuul.
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 →
Introduction Software Factory 2.7 has been recently released. Software Factory is an easy to deploy software development forge that is deployed at review.rdoproject.org and softwarefactory-project.io. Software Factory provides, among other features, code review and continuous integration (CI). This new release features Zuul V3 that is, now, the default CI component of Software Factory. In this blog post I will explain… 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 →
Continous Integration jobs can generate a lot of data and it can take a lot of time to figure out what went wrong when a job fails. This article demonstrates new strategies to assist with failure investigations and to reduce the need to crawl boring log files. First, I will introduce the challenge of anomaly detection in CI logs. Second,… Read more →
You need to be aware of recent changes to our mailing lists What Happened, and Why? Since the start of the project we have had one mailing list for both users and developers of the RDO project. Over time, we felt that user questions have been drowned out by the more technical developer-oriented discussion, leaving users/operators out of the conversation…. Read more →
Hi, Alan, Matthias, Rich and I were at CERN last week on thursday and friday to attend the CentOS dojo. Rich also a wrote a series of blog posts about the dojo. First day: CentOS SIGs meetup Thursday was dedicated to a SIGs meeting, I’ll give few highlights but you can read notes on his etherpad. We managed to agree… Read more →
Several weeks ago I attended the Project Teams Gathering (PTG) in Denver, and conducted a number of interviews with project teams and a few of the PTLs (Project Technical Leads). These interviews are now all up on the RDO YouTube channel. Please subscribe, as I’ll be doing more interviews like this at OpenStack Summit in Sydney, as well as at… 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 →
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 thousands of jobs are run every day in the upstream infrastructure. In some cases, we will want to set… 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 →
The OpenStack infrastructure team gathered in Denver (September 2017). This article reports some of Zuul’s topics that were discussed at the PTG. For your reference, I highlighted some of the new features comming in the Zuul version 3 in this article. Cutover and jobs migration The OpenStack community grew a complex set of CI jobs over the past several years,… Read more →