OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (May 1 – 8)

Snapshot of the OpenStack community behind Kilo

The OpenStack community that helped create the Kilo release has done some seriously heavy lifting. For the 11th release, there were more contributors, more companies involved and more work across time zones than ever before.

Heat SoftwareConfig resources – primer/overview.

Steve Hardy provides an overview of Heat’s Software Configuration resources, as a preface to digging in more detail into the structure of TripleO heat templates, which leverage SoftwareConfig functionality to install and configure the deployed OpenStack cloud.

Ceph vs Swift – An Architect’s Perspective

A description of architectural details and differences between Ceph and Swift by Christian Huebner. A useful preview of his talk on the same topic at the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver.

The Road to Vancouver

Relevant Conversations

Deadlines and Development Priorities

Security Advisories and Notices

Tips ‘n Tricks

Upcoming Events

Other News

New Specs This Week

OpenStack Reactions

Saying hello for the first time at the summit to someone we know on IRC

Saying hello for the first time at the summit to someone we know on IRC

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