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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (June 15-22)

Highlights of the week

OpenStack Summit coming October 15th-19th to San Diego, CA

Mark your calendar October 15th-19th in San Diego, California with more of everything: 4 days of Design Summit, 2 full days of conference content, more devops time, more workshops. One registration system.No invitation required for Design Summit tracks and no cap (limited only by facility capacity). One name for the weeks’ activities: “OpenStack Summit” with designated rooms for Design Summit & various Conference topics. More details.

OpenStack Nova, Glance, Keystone and Horizon 2012.1.1 released

The bugfixes contained in this release were backported from the development branches into a stable branch. The release is intended to be a relatively risk free update with no intentional regressions or API changes.

Performance metrics

An interesting discussion on how to do performance analysis on OpenStack.

Cinder status update

Cinder is the new project intended to separate block storage out of Nova and provide it via it’s own service. The goal is to have a functional replacement for Nova-Volumes by Folsom 2. What to expect and what’s in progress in the status update by John Griffith.

Thoughts on client library releasing

The community is trying to figure out how to release client libraries. No consensus yet and therefore no decision: your opinion is appreciated.

Upcoming Events

Other news

Welcome new contributors

Celebrating the first patches submitted this week by:

  • Martin Packman, Canonical
  • Sascha Peilicke, Suse
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