OpenStack Weekly Community Newsletter (Nov. 14 – 20)

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A primer on Magnum, OpenStack containers-as-a-service Adrian Otto, project team lead, on how Magnum works and what problems it can solve for you. OpenStack Mitaka release: what’s next for Ansible, Oslo and Designate Meet the project team leads (PTLs) for these OpenStack projects and find out how to get involved. Learn what’s coming in other… Read more »

OpenStack Weekly Community Newsletter (Nov., 7-13)

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Kilowatts for Humanity harnesses the wind and sun to electrify rural communities OpenStack-powered DreamCompute cloud computing helps keep rural microgrids up and running OpenStack and Network Function Virtualization, the backstory Jonathan Bryce, OpenStack executive director, gave a keynote at the OPNFV Summit where he talked about the two communities. Fighting cloud vendor lock-in, manga style… Read more »

OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest November 7-13

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New Management Tools and Processes for stable/liberty and Mitaka For release management, we used a combination of launchpad milestone pages and our wiki to track changes in releases. We used to pull releases notes for stable point releases at the time of releases. Release managers would work with PTLs and release liaisons at each milestone… Read more »

OpenStack Weekly Community Newsletter (Oct., 31 – Nov., 6)

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Superuser TV Introduced at the Tokyo Summit, Superuser TV offers community and industry insights, plus educational topics to support the OpenStack community. With content ranging from deployments to diversity, from emerging technologies to cloud strategy, Superuser TV is aiming to provide the community with access to a variety of perspectives and knowledge October 2015 user survey… Read more »

OpenStack Weekly Community Newsletter (Oct.,10-16)

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Liberty, the 12th release of OpenStack, came out yesterday With 1,933 individual contributors and 164 organizations contributing to the release, Liberty offers finer-grained management controls, performance enhancements for large deployments and more powerful tools for managing new technologies such as containers in production environments: Learn what’s new Break down those silos, OpenStack “The projects need to… Read more »

Engineering team staffing up

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I’m very pleased to welcome Mike Perez (a.k.a. thingee) to the Engineering team at the OpenStack Foundation. Within the Foundation, the Engineering team is tasked with ensuring the long-term health of the OpenStack open source development project. That includes helping in keeping the project infrastructure up and running, organizing the design summits and identifying issues… Read more »

OpenStack Training Sessions available in Tokyo

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The OpenStack Summit in Tokyo is just around the corner and we wanted to update you on some upcoming OpenStack Training and Certification classes that will take place in Tokyo around the Summit dates (October 27-30). For those of you traveling, you might want to take advantage of these offers and make the most of… Read more »

OpenStack Weekly Community Newsletter (Sept. 26 – Oct. 2)

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53 things that are new in OpenStack Liberty Another autumn, another OpenStack release.  OpenStack’s 12th release, Liberty, is due on October 15, and release candidates are already being made available.  But what can we expect from the last six months of development? App Developers: First App on OpenStack Tutorial Needs You The tutorial that guides… Read more »

OpenStack Weekly Community Newsletter (Sept.,19 – 25)

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Register for OpenStack Summit Tokyo 2015 Full access registration prices increase on 9/29 at 11:59pm PT This trove of user stories highlights what people want in OpenStack The Product Working Group recently launched a Git repository to collect requirements ranging from encrypted storage to rolling upgrades. How storage works in containers Nick Gerasimatos, senior director… Read more »