Highlights of the week
The Gold Members completed their election as planned. DLA Piper administered the election and has passed along the results. The eight elected companies and the individuals they intend to appoint to the board are listed alphabetically below:
Congratulations to the first members of OpenStack Foundation Board of Directors.
Swift has many exciting features coming in the OpenStack Folsom Release this fall, but where do we go from here? What’s next for Swift in grizzly? Join the discussion with the developers and give your feedback.
It’s back: Hyper-V support is integrated back into Nova with https://review.openstack.org/#/c/11276/.
This is a pretty antiquated presentation. Plenty of stuff has changed in openstack since it was given, for better and for worse. But it gives you an idea that the origins of OpenStack were built with security in mind. When at NASA we had some pretty good security and policy guys contributing heavily to the sprint planning sessions we had. The result was a code base that was fairly flexible when it came to adjusting itself to meet policy requirements.
In a couple of recent posts Mirantis’ engineer Piotr Siwczak covered some fundamental concepts of OpenStack networking, including VlanManager and floating IPs. This post builds upon such content and aims to present how traffic flows in different scenarios addressed by OpenStack.
Openstack Delhi NCR chapter started yesterday with our first meet up. Students, Professors and Corporate entities attended the meeting.
Mirantis in collaboration with Cisco OpenStack team and a number of other community members, started socializing the blueprints for an elastic load balancer API service.
Luo Zhongyue asks for feedback to his presentation at OpenStack APAC Conference http://www.slideshare.net/lzyeval/assign-commit-and-review
Rackspace is running a series of interviews to the protagonists of OpenStack development. Titled ‘How I contribute to OpenStack’, it collects insight straight from key developers on the front lines about how they became involved in OpenStack and the open cloud, and what contributions they’ve made.
Tips and Tricks
Welcome new contributors
Celebrating the first patches submitted this week by:
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