Kolla project provides a docker container image for Tempest. The provided container image is available in two formats for centos: centos-binary-tempest and centos-binary-source. The RDO community rebuilds the container image in centos-binary format and pushes it to https://registry.rdoproject.org and to docker.io/tripleomaster. The Tempest container image contains openstack-tempest and all available Tempest plugins in it. The benefit of running Tempest tests… Read more →
Tempest is the integration test suite used to validate any deployed OpenStack cloud. TripleO undercloud is the all-in-one OpenStack installation that includes components for provisioning and managing the OpenStack nodes that form your OpenStack environment (the overcloud). For validating undercloud using Tempest, Follow the below steps: Using tripleo-quickstart: Follow this link to provision a libvirt guest environment through tripleo-quickstart Deploy… 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 →
While at OpenStack Summit, I had an opportunity to talk with Emilien Macchi about the work on TripleO in the Pike and Queens projects.
This blog post describes the steps required to deploy OVN in tripleo and a little bit of details on how it is deployed and the various components of tripleo used. If you are interested only in deploying OVN, then please see the last section. Components of OVN OVN has the following components or services which needs to be deployed and… Read more →
Julie Pichon talks about her work on TripleO in the Ocata release of OpenStack, at the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta.
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.
Steve Hardy talks about TripleO in the Ocata release, at the Openstack PTG in Atlanta. Steve: My name is Steve Hardy. I work primarily on the TripleO project, which is an OpenStack deployment project. What makes TripleO interesting is that it uses OpenStack components primarily in order to deploy a production OpenStack cloud. It uses OpenStack Ironic to do bare… Read more →
In this post, I will present how to use a CI/CD workflow to manage TripleO deployment life cycle within an OpenStack tenant. The goal is to use Software-Factory to submit reviews to create or update a TripleO deployment. The review process ensure peers validation before executing the deployment or update command. The deployment will be done within Openstack tenants. We… Read more →
Because of its unique branding and name, one might assume that “RDO Manager” is not TripleO – perhaps it has additional downstream patches or maybe they’re entirely different projects. You would not be alone because the community, the users and the developers alike have shared their confusion on this topic. The truth is “RDO Manager” really is “TripleO”. There is… Read more →
Main points : Environment variables driven process 8 steps process Deploy OpenStack using upstream Puppet modules Works for both bare metal and virtualized deployments What is devtest and how does it work ? Devtest is the upstream way to deploy Openstack with TripleO. In simple words it takes you from a fresh bare metal server to an overcloud (understand OpenStack… Read more →