OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (Sep 28-Oct 5)

Highlights of the week

Full steam towards the OpenStack Summit Fall 2012

Whether you want to build the software, run it, grow the community or just learn more about it, there will be content, workshops and design sessions for you to attend at the OpenStack Summit, Oct 15-18 in San Diego. Registration still open, and the agenda (almost) complete. Stick around Friday for the first OpenStack service day, a 1/2 day beach cleanup.

Contributing OpenStack Support to jclouds

jclouds is a popular cross-cloud toolkit that covers an impressive number of public and private cloud providers. There are lots of advantages for both projects to help each other. Read the article Everett Toews wrote to get started contributing OpenStack support to jclouds.

Tracking OpenStack adoption / Discussion at Summit

One of the objectives of the OpenStack Foundation is to “Make OpenStack the ubiquitous cloud operating system”. In order to reach that objective the Foundation needs to understand more about the usage of the OpenStack software. OpenStack distributions are requested to participate in this conversation at the OpenStack Design Summit.

Providing a Unified View of OpenStack Projects

Want to find answers to questions like: who’s contributing to that particular feature of OpenStack? What is that developer working on? How many work hours/lines of code went into adding that feature/blueprint? What are users saying about OpenStack? Watch the recordings of the webinar and provide feedback answering the four simple questions in the survey. Don’t miss the talk on Wednesday, October 17 in San Diego.

Security Advisory

Tips and tricks

Upcoming Events

Other news

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