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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (July 26 – Aug 2)

August 2nd, 2013 — 6:51pm
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Benchmarking Performance of OpenStack Swift Configurations

The latest OpenStack Object Storage Swift release 1.9.0 features full global clusters support, which allows to distribute one cluster over multiple, geographically dispersed sites, connected through a high-latency network. Mirantis published a brief introduction to how to use benchmarks to take full advantage of the new features.

Hardware Extension for Ceilometer

Ceilometer is a monitoring tool for OpenStack cloud environments. In the next OpenStack release called Havana it will take part as a core component. However, Ceilometer is also available for the OpenStack releases Folsom and Grizzly. Currently Ceilometer offers only data of the OpenStack core components and the virtual machines of the cloud. For this reason the ICCLab decided to extend Ceilometer in a way that it is possible to collect data from hardware devices as well.

An Introduction to OpenStack Orchestration

The forthcoming Havana (2013.2) release of OpenStack will mark the debut of orchestration as part of the official release. It arrives in the form of the Heat project, which kicked off in early 2012 and graduated from incubation into OpenStack-proper after the Havana Summit in March this year.

Tips ‘n Tricks

Upcoming Events

Reports from Previous Events

Other News

Security Advisories

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Welcome New Developers

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  • Yuiko Takada, NEC
  • Rich Bowen, Red Hat
  • Alejandro Cabrera, Rackspace

OpenStack Reactions

OpenStack releases are always on time
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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (July 19 – 26)

July 27th, 2013 — 12:18pm
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Need support to travel to Hong Kong? The All New OpenStack Travel Support Program

What is OpenStack Core?

OpenStack Foundation board member Rob Hirschfeld posted a series of short essays to spark a discussion around defining OpenStack Core. His latest post Twelve straw man positions to frame OpenStack “what is core” discussion moves to the ‘What’ is core from the how andwhy.  The twelve positions have been crafted over the course of several weeks and are constantly evolving. Next steps are to expand discussions to the OpenStack Community for input and review at the next Board Meeting on August 6th.   Ultimately, we need to close this issue at the next Summit.

To the first OpenStack Documentation BootCamp

The OpenStack Docs Bootcamp offers a deep dive into the technical tools, workflows, and processes we use to create docs.openstack.org and api.openstack.org. Our goal is to give enough information that will create sustaining new core members of OpenStack Documentation. You can register to attend through this form. More details on the OpenStack wiki.

OpenStack Hits a Triple with OpenStack on OpenStack

On the 16th July the OpenStack Technical Committee voted to make OpenStack Deployment an official OpenStack Program. Our mission is to “Develop and maintain tooling and infrastructure able to deploy OpenStack in production, using OpenStack itself wherever possible.” For the latest code and documentation visit our incubator repository at https://github.com/openstack/tripleo-incubator. OpenStack Deployment (TripleO) was started by HP as part of our active contribution to OpenStack, in order to fill in core gaps in delivering OpenStack to users.

Openstack General List Migration

Update your filters: starting from now the OpenStack General list [email protected] has become [email protected]. We have almost completed the move of all OpenStack mailing lists to our mailman installation on http://lists.openstack.org. There are some known issues still to be removed, though. Please bear with us while we fix them. Thanks to Paul Hummer and the whole Launchpad team at Canonical for making this migration happen.

Tips ‘n Tricks

Upcoming Events

Reports from Previous Events

Other News

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Welcome New Developers

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  • Alistair Coles, HP
  • Thomas Leaman, HP
  • Jeff Sloyer, IBM
  • Adin Scannell, Gridcentric
  • Sirushti Murugesan, None
  • Cyril Roelandt, Enovance
  • Gabriel Wainer, HP
  • Liang Bo, 99cloud
  • Zhang Jinnan, 99cloud
  • Alexander Gorodnev, Mirantis
  • Ashley McNamara, None
  • Bill Owen, IBM
  • Jun Park, EIG/Bluehost
  • Claxton Correya, Rackspace
  • Kashi Reddy, Rackspace
  • Jon Snitow, Swiftstack
  • Sriram Madapusi Vasudevan, Rackspace
  • Sysnet, unknown
  • Anju Tiwari, None

OpenStack Reactions

Looking at Launchpad blueprint dependencies graph.

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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (July 12 – 19)

July 19th, 2013 — 5:45pm
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Need support to travel to Hong Kong? The All New OpenStack Travel Support Program

OpenStack Celebrates Three Years!

OpenStack is no one person or company or idea or line of code. It derives its strength from the collective community. No matter when you joined or what role you play, you have the ability to shape the future of OpenStack and computing.

In three short years since the community was established, OpenStack has truly become the center of cloud innovation, attracting hundreds of talented developers, brand-name users, and support from major industry leaders. This calls for a big toast to you, the OpenStack community!

A Vision for Keystone

As OpenStack evolves, its requirements for Identity Management evolve with it. In the early days, there was a single Nova server, and that stored user-id and password. Once OpenStack evolved into a body of servers, copying passwords around comprised too big a security risk. Keystone was first implemented as a central repository for those passwords. Adam Young writes in fine details what the plans are for the future of the OpenStack Identity Management service.

Glance Registry Driver

A lot is going on on Glance lately, although you may have not noticed. The team has been working on several blueprints, and most of them aim to promote glance as a public service. Flavio Percoco has published an update of what’s cooking in OpenStack Image Service.

Tips ‘n Tricks

Upcoming Events

Reports from Previous Events

Other News

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Welcome New Developers

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OpenStack Reactions

Waiting for that last +2 on your review.

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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (June 21-28)

June 28th, 2013 — 11:10am

Hong Kong Summit – Registration, Call for Speakers & Sponsors Now Open!

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OpenStack Summit Survey Results

Key Findings:

  • Overall: 96% of people rating the overall Summit as Good or Excellent. 
  • Top areas to improve:  Clearly the Network and the Session Rooms (size, acoustics, equipment) were unacceptable.
  • Format: Stackers favored keeping the Design Summit co-located with the rest of the Summit sessions by a margin of 4:1 over breaking it out separately

Up for a challenge? Here’s the OpenStack Essentials quiz!

Novice, hotshot, expert or wizard? Show off your OpenStack knowledge in this brand new quiz by Florian Haas Hastexo team. The OpenStack Essentials quiz is a challenging, fun way for you to test your OpenStack knowledge. It takes no more than 30 minutes, or maybe even just 10 if you’re super awesome.

Python APIs: The best-kept secret of OpenStack

As an OpenStack user or administrator, you often need to write scripts to automate common tasks. In addition to the REST and command-line interfaces, OpenStack exposes native Python API bindings. Learn how to use these Python bindings to greatly simplify the process of writing OpenStack automation scripts. An article on DeveloperWorks by Lorin Hochstein, Lead Architect, Cloud Services, Nimbis Services

A puppet module for building Windows/Hyper-V OpenStack Compute nodes

Peter Pouliot has been working on a A starting point for building Windows/Hyper-V OpenStack Compute nodes. The modules he recently pushed begin the configuration of a openstack-hyper-v compute node for openstack. It currently has the beginings of both from package and from source options. This is still a work in progress, contributions are welcome.

Tips ‘n Tricks

Upcoming Events

Reports from Previous Events

Other News

Welcome New Developers

  • Scott Dangelo, HP
  • Kai Zhang, Zelin.io
  • Sai Krishna
  • Anastasia Latynskaya, Mirantis
  • Mahesh Panchaksharaiah, Thoughtworks
  • Sridevi Koushik, Rackspace
  • Jacob Cherkas, Nicira

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Love animated GIFs?

When I run Tempest.

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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (June 14 – 21)

June 21st, 2013 — 4:16pm

Hong Kong Summit – Registration, Call for Speakers & Sponsors Now Open!

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The OpenStack Summit is coming to Hong Kong, November 5-8, 2013. Visit http://openstack.org/summit for all the details.

Early Bird Registration is now open

The call for speakers is now open

Potential Sponsors can read the Sponsorship Prospectus

Quantum is no more. Welcome Neutron!

The OpenStack Networking team is happy to announce that the Quantum project will be changing its name to Neutron. You’ll soon see Neutron in lots of places as we work to implement the name change within OpenStack.

An history of OpenStack open source project governance

Over the last 3 years, the technical governance of the OpenStack open source project evolved a lot, and most recently last Tuesday with the Technical Committee decided on a model with 13 directly-elected members, which will be put in place at the Fall 2013 elections. This new model is a direct, representative model, where if you recently authored a change for an OpenStack project, you get one vote, and a chance every 6 months to choose new people to represent you. This model is pretty flexible and should allow for further growth of the project. As far as open source projects governance models go, this is as open, meritocratic, transparent and direct as it gets.

Devstack with Quantum in a multi-node configuration

A blog post by XLcloud shows how to run devstack with Quantum and the Open vSwitch plugin in a multi-node deployment. The OpenStack testbed will be composed of 2 nodes:

  • 1 controller node running Nova (including nova-compute) + Quantum + Glance + Keystone services.
  • 1 compute node running only the nova-compute service + the Quantum agent.

This tutorial has been tested on Ubuntu. It should be quite easy to adapt to other distros but as usual YMMV.

Heat things up with OpenStack — before your competitors do

OpenStack Heat is a (CloudFormation-compatible) template-based system that enables you to specify what should be done, such as performing an action on a number of different servers or spinning up a group of resources (called a stack). The good folks at Mirantis put together a slideshow that explains what it is and gives you an idea of how it works, both now and coming in Havana.

Some horizon enhancements

The road to Havana is long, no milestone in the corner yet, but already some enhancements have been brought to the Horizon interface. Take a quick look at the new fancy stuff in this blog post by Sébastien Han!

Grizzly Architecture Revisit

Ken Pepple posted the full length article along with several clarifications on the architecture of OpenStack Grizzly.

Tips ‘n Tricks

Upcoming Events

Reports from Previous Events

Other News

Security Advisories

Welcome New Developers

  • Xavier Queralt, Red Hat
  • Yuzlikeev Eduard, Mirantis
  • jiataotj, IBM
  • Anthony Woods, Internap

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Love animated GIFs?

When I realised the code I was writing for the last two hours was already in Oslo

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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (June 7 – 14)

June 14th, 2013 — 4:38pm

Welcome Heidi, Margie, Jeremy, and Tom to the OpenStack Foundation team!

Since the Foundation launched last September, we’ve continued to build out a diverse team. This has been a big focus to keep up with the incredible growth in the OpenStack community with another new software release (Grizzly), the Portland Summit with over 2600 people (double San Diego!), and the start of the work to organize the first international Summit in Hong Kong (expecting over 4,000 people).

To keep up with such amazing growth, we expanded the team with new roles to drive adoption of the software, support the development process and grow the OpenStack ecosystem. Heidi Bretz joined as Director of Business Development, Margie Callard as Marketing Manager, Jeremy Stanley as Infrastructure Engineer and Tom Fifield as User Community Manager.

Openstack Grizzly with Nicira NVP Plugin Provider Router Use Case with NAT

This post by Thomas Kraus reviews a common use-case for Openstack Networking and show step by step how to achieve the requirements for this use case using Openstack Networking in the Grizzly release with the Nicira Network Virtualization plugin for Openstack.

The OpenStack Community Welcomes Developers in All Programming Languages

If you ever encounter someone looking for help with any non-python language, you can always point them to the SDKs wiki page. They should be able to find their way from there.

How non developers can contribute to OpenStack

One common question many of us involved in OpenStack receive is: “I am not a developer: how can I contribute to OpenStack?” Atul Jha wrapped up some possible answers to this question.

OpenStack at EuroPython 2013 among Reinassance masterpieces

If you ever wanted the chance to learn about OpenStack and see the masterpieces by Michelangelo, Brunelleschi, Leonardo, Ghiberti and so many others your best chance is to join us at Europython 2013. Hosted in Firenze July 1-7, Europython 2013 will see a massive OpenStack-related presence, including one half day training session to get started. The OpenStack Foundation will have a booth there and most likely a Help Desk session, where people interested can reserve time to talk to OpenStack experts in real life, under the Tuscan sun.

Tips ‘n Tricks

OpenStack In The Wild

Upcoming Events

Reports from Previous Events

Other News

Security Advisories

Welcome New Developers

  • Jianing YANG, UnideStack

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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (May 31 – June 7)

June 7th, 2013 — 5:39pm

OpenStack 2013.1.2 released

The OpenStack Stable Maintenance team is happy to announce the release of the 2013.1.2 stable Grizzly release. We have been busy reviewing and accepting backported bugfixes to the stable/grizzly branches. A total of 80 bugs have been fixed across all core projects.

OpenStack “I” release naming

The next release cycle for OpenStack, starting in November 2013 after we conclude the current release cycle (“Havana”) will be called Icehouse.

Open Source Sysadmin: Reorganization of the OpenStack Infrastructure Docs

The OpenStack Infrastructure team is constantly evolving its documentation to make it easier for new contributors to join the team. Last week documentation for the OpenStack Project Infrastructure was reorganised “to re-orient the documentation as an introduction for new contributors and a reference for all contributors.” All of the CI tools are open source, the puppet and other configurations are all hosted in public revision control and any changes submitted are made by the same process all other changes in OpenStack are made. They go through automated tests in Jenkins to test applicable syntax and other formatting and the code changes submitted are reviewed by peers and approved by members of the infrastructure team. This has made it super easy it is for the team to collaborate on changes and offer suggestions (much better than endless pastebins or sharing a screen session with a fellow sysadmin!), plus with all changes in revision control it’s easy to track down where things went wrong and revert as necessary.

Enter OpenStack’s T-shirt Design Contest!

Show us your creative talent & submit an original design for our 2013 OpenStack T-shirt Design Contest! Winning design will be announced the last week in August 2013. Details on OpenStack blog.

Async I/O and Python

When you’re working on OpenStack, you’ll probably hear a lot of references to ‘async I/O’ and how eventlet is the library we use for this in OpenStack. But, well … what exactly is this mysterious ‘asynchronous I/O’ thing? Read it from Mark McLoughlin.

Ceph integration in OpenStack: Grizzly update and roadmap for Havana

Sébastien Han wrote a summary of the sessions about Ceph integration with OpenStack. His post contains details about upcoming features and a roadmap.

OpenStack-Docker: How to manage your Linux Containers with Nova

A new approach to manage Linux Containers (LXC) within OpenStack Compute. The Docker project released a driver to deploy LXC with Docker, with multiple advantages over the “normal” virtual machines usually deployed by Nova. Those advantages are speed, efficiency, and portability. Details and links to the code on How to manage your Linux Containers with Nova.

Tips ‘n Tricks

OpenStack In The Wild

Upcoming Events

Reports from Previous Events

Other News

Welcome New Developers

  • Martyn Taylor, Red Hat
  • Patrick Schaefer, IBM

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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (May 17-24)

May 24th, 2013 — 5:40pm

The OpenStack Summit is coming to Hong Kong

It’s official: we’re going to Hong Kong on Nov 5-8. The Summit will take place at Asia World Expo, a large convention center near the airport with a connecting Marriott hotel. The Airport Express train stops within Asia World Expo, making it convenient to access from most parts of the city. Please check the VISA information page and FAQ for more information about your travel plans. We encourage you to book early!

Connecting the dots: Dell stays course on OpenStack private

OpenStack Foundation board member Rob Hirschfeld summarizes the increasing level of investment in OpenStack-powered private cloud solutions (Dell is hiring!). Among the things highlighted, the recent announcements are about increasing investment where Dell is already successful plus accelerating with new features (such as leadership in HyperV enablement).

An introductory tour of OpenStack Cloud Messaging as a Service

The need for an OpenStack Messaging Service was recognized by the San Diego Grizzly Summit, and in an unconference track design meeting on the last day, a crowd of interested people met, talked out some requirements, and from that the OpenStack Message Bus project was born. It was codenamed “Marconi”, in honor of Guglielmo Marconi, the inventor of wireless messaging. The Marconi team collaborates on Launchpad.

Working with the OpenStack Code Review and CI system – Chef Edition

For too long, the state of the OpenStack Chef world had been one of duplicative effort, endless forks of Chef cookbooks, and little integration with how many of the OpenStack projects choose to control source code and integration testing. Recently, however, the Chef + OpenStack community has been getting its proverbial act together. Folks from lots of companies have come together and pushed to align efforts to produce a set of well-documented, flexible, but focused Chef cookbooks that install and configure OpenStack services. StackForge now hosting a set of Chef cookbooks for OpenStack.

Virtualizing legacy hardware in OpenStack

Loïc Dachary summarizes how the French non-profit organization April migrated the workload of a five years old hardware to OpenStack. Instead of migrating each of the fourteen vservers on a Debian GNU/Linux lenny running a 2.6.26-2-vserver-686-bigmem linux individually to an OpenStack instance, it was decided that the vserver host would be copied over to an OpenStack instance.

Discussion lists available in non-English languages

In order to support our growing international communities the OpenStack Infrastructure and the Community team worked to allow groups to create mailing lists in languages other than English. People interested in discussions in Italian and Vietnamese can join the lists already. A request for a list to discuss in Spanish is pending review and other can be created if necessary following the instructions.

Tips ‘n Tricks

Security Issues

Upcoming Events

Other News

Welcome New Developers

  • Kanzhe Jiang, Big Switch
  • Marharyta Kislinska
  • Li Yingjun
  • Satyanarayana Patibandla, TCS
  • Ryan Moore, HP
  • Emanuele Rocca, VU University Amsterdam
  • Aditi Raveesh, Rackspace

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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (May 10-17)

May 17th, 2013 — 4:53pm

OpenStack Compute (Nova) Roadmap for Havana

The Havana design summit was held mid-April.  Since then the Nova team has been documenting the Havana roadmap and going full speed ahead on development of these features.  The list of features that developers have committed to completing for the Havana release is tracked using blueprints on Launchpad. At the time of writing, there are 74 blueprints listed that cover a wide range of development efforts. Russell Bryant, Nova Tech Lead, highlights some of them.

Stacker Voices: Thierry Carrez, OpenStack Foundation

Thierry Carrez handles release management for the OpenStack Foundation and is chair of the project’s Technical Committee. Thierry was involved with the earliest incarnations of OpenStack while at Rackspace. Cloudscaling’s team caught up with him at the OpenStack Summit in Portland to get Thierry’s insights into the release cycle, governance and his wish list for the project.

Swiftsync – A way to synchronize two swift clusters

Enovance was asked to migrate and synchronize two swift clusters in order to provide a customer a way to handle a swift migration easily. For that they started a project called swiftsync hosted in github.

Tips ‘n Tricks

Security Issues

OpenStack In The Wild

A new section of the weekly newsletter dedicated to users of OpenStack. If you want to showcase how OpenStack helps you (or you know somebody that uses OpenStack) please let us know: email, twitter, reddit or avian carrier will do).

Upcoming Events

Other News

Welcome New Developers

  • Hugh Saunders
  • Bruno Semperlotti
  • YAMAMOTO Takashi, VALinux
  • Fujioka Yuuichi, NEC

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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (May 3 – 10)

May 10th, 2013 — 6:44pm

OpenStack 2013.1.1 released

2013.1.1 release, the latest in the series of stable releases. These releases are bugfix updates to Grizzly and are intended to be relatively risk free with no intentional regressions or API changes. A total of 85 bugs have been fixed in this release.

OpenStack Grizzly documentation released

We have released a version of the OpenStack official documentation for grizzly and it is now available at http://docs.openstack.org/grizzly. We continue to update docs through our continuous publishing process so feedback is always welcome. If you have questions about how OpenStack documentation is maintained or would like to get involved, see http://wiki.openstack.org/Documentation/HowTo. We had nearly 80 contributors to the documentation for the Grizzly release. Thanks to everyone who helped create and maintain accurate information for OpenStack.

Guidelines for answering question on Ask

It’s time we start collecting guidelines for the moderators so we keep having a very informative tool, with consistently good questions and answers. This wiki page hosts the draft of the Guidelines for Moderators https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Community/AskModerators. Comments welcome before they’re moved to their natural home on Ask OpenStack.

Discussions at Breakfast with the Board – OpenStack April 2013 Summit

The summary written by OpenStack Foundation’s Board of Directors of the things discussed during the Breakfast with the Bard in Portland, ranging from marketing to wifi, transparency to elections to what makes a contribution. A must read.

Use existing RBD images and put it into Glance

What if Glance, the OpenStack Image Service, was capable of converting images within its store, say from QCOW2 image to a RAW? Waiting for this capability to be added, Sébastien Han plays with a scenario where you have a KVM cluster backed by a Ceph Cluster and your CTO wants you to migrate the whole environment to OpenStack. Science fiction in action.

Security Issues

OpenStack In The Wild

A new section of the weekly newsletter dedicated to users of OpenStack. If you want to showcase how OpenStack helps you (or you know somebody that uses OpenStack) please let us know: email, twitter, reddit or avian carrier will do). More content from Portland Summit:

Upcoming Events

Other News

Welcome New Developers

  • Matt Wagner, Redhat

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