New in OpenStack Bobcat: Ironic team supports servicing nodes

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Ironic now enables infrastructure operators to modify existing nodes using the “service steps” framework. Servicing allows operators to leverage steps, like you would for cleaning or customized deployments, to perform actions to modify deployed nodes in an ACTIVE state. Previously, Ironic would not perform operations on active nodes, largely due to standing technical consensus within… Read more »

New in OpenStack Bobcat: Horizon team introduces time-based one-time password (TOTP) authentication support

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Horizon added time-based one-time password (TOTP) authentication support, leveraging the already existing two factor authentication from Keystone. Now, if a user activates TOTP on Keystone, it gets activated on Horizon too.  This specific feature request was a demand from Infomaniak’s public cloud customers. They wanted the feature to have TOTP in Horizon, as they were… Read more »

What’s next for application developer guides?

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Summary This month, the site gets a new look and changes its source tooling. Read on for details about how these changes affect your project team. Why are we changing the site? You might know that the site documents over 900GET/PUT/POST/DELETE/PATCH calls for a dozen OpenStack services already on the site. As a couple of… Read more »

Sign up for OpenStack Upstream Training in Vancouver

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It’s becoming a habit: the OpenStack Foundation will repeat in Vancouver the Upstream Training program to accelerate the speed at which new OpenStack contributors are successful at integrating their contributions into OpenStack.  If you’re a new OpenStack contributor or plan on becoming one soon, you should sign up for the next OpenStack Upstream Training in Vancouver,… Read more »

Studying Midcycle Sprints and Meetings

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Hard to believe that we gathered in Paris just a month ago for the Design Summit. I’m still snacking on the chocolate and cheese from that fine place. Since the Summit we’ve had questions and posts about midcycle meeting planning, so I started gathering information from the various teams and we discussed at a recent… Read more »