OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (July 24 – 31)

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OpenStack: the platform for VMs, containers, and the next big thing Jonathan Bryce, OpenStack Foundation executive director, on the state of the stack heading into OpenStack Silicon Valley, August 26-27. 25 Years of OpenStack—Looking Back From the Future Well, here we are again. It’s 2035, and it’s time for another OpenStack anniversary post. Can you… Read more »

OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (July 10 – 17)

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What you need to know about Google joining OpenStack In the search for the next big thing, Google has joined the OpenStack Foundation. The Mountain View, California-based colossus announced July 16 that it has become a corporate sponsor of the Foundation. OpenStack pins down next release name: Mitaka OpenStack’s next release will be called Mitaka… Read more »

OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (July 3 – 10)

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Seven habits of highly effective OpenStack contributors If you want to be an awesome OpenStack contributor, there’s a formula for that. So says Adrian Otto, who should know. Otto is a distinguished architect at Rackspace, chairman of the OpenStack containers team, current project team lead (PTL) for Magnum and launched the Solum project back in… Read more »

OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (June 26 – July 3)

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Writing Your First OpenStack Application Ever thought about what it takes to write a scalable cloud application using an OpenStack SDK? Thanks to a small team’s heroic effort, there’s now a guide for that! Dive into Zuul – Gated commit system Zuul is software developed by the OpenStack community. It was developed as an efficient… Read more »

OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (June 19 – 26)

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New OpenStack component versioning Thierry Carrez explains why the Liberty-1 milestone release has some unfamiliar version numbers for familiar projects. Technical Committee Highlights June 25, 2015 A compute starter kit tag has been approved, it provides a place for a beginner who only wants to try to get a computing cloud use case started. New… Read more »

Technical Committee Highlights June 25, 2015

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Beginners, start your engines A compute starter kit tag has been approved, it provides a place for a beginner who only wants to try to get a computing cloud use case started. We discussed some reservations about recommending such a simple starting point, including only using nova-network for inter-vm networks, and recommending multi-host for that… Read more »

Technical Committee Highlights June 5, 2015

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Welcome to this week’s highlights from the Technical Committee. Just like every other week, this has been quite a busy one for the community and the efforts to enhance our governance model keep moving forward. The tc-approved-release tag has been approved The tc-approved-release tag was mentioned in the last edition of these highlights. The discussions… Read more »