Barcelona, Spain
October 25-28, 2016

Event Details


OpenStack Requirements: What We Are Doing, What to Expect and What's Next

Syncing of requirements for OpenStack projects is a very important task since the way python package installation with pip works, this means that if you get lucky you'll end up with a working system. If you don't you can easily break all of OpenStack on a requirements update. Global requirements gives us a single place where we can evaluate these things so that we can make a global decision for OpenStack on the suitability of the library. The requirements team is trying hard to fulfil the REQUIREMENTS of managed projects with validating different requirements updates, auto-update of upper constraints for requirements to name a few tasks.


What can I expect to learn?

1] Understand the processes in global requirements management.
2] Understand what upper-constraints are and why they are important.
3] Reporting, maintaining and validating library issues related to global requirements.

Wednesday, October 26, 3:55pm-4:30pm
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Self, Freelance Consultant
Swapnil is an Open Source enthusiast with experience in Cloud Computing, Containerization & Enterprise Software Product architectures. He has knowledge about different private, hybrid cloud architectures with OpenStack, CloudStack, IBM Cloud to name a few. He is an Active Technology Contributor(ATC) in OpenStack with contribution history spanned across multiple projects. He's also Core... FULL PROFILE
Futurewei Technologies Inc., Principal Architect
Davanum Srinivas (a.k.a Dims) is a Principal Architect with Huawei working on OpenStack Nova, Oslo, KeyStone, Magnum and related projects. Dims is actively helping with Requirements and Release Teams in OpenStack as well.  Previously at Mirantis, he led a team working on improving KeyStone project and infrastructure components like RabbitMQ, MySQL Galera through Oslo projects like... FULL PROFILE