Barcelona, Spain
October 25-28, 2016

Event Details


Live from Oslo

A large number of changes happened in oslo libraries over the last cycle. We would like the opportunity to be able to showcase, explain, and educate contributors to what these changes are.

  • oslo.policy  - implemented embed policy defaults in code and allow for a policy file to override them.  This would allow deployers to only configure policies that they specifically want to override.
  • oslo.messaging(zmq) - There were zmq driver deployment configurations added like proxy and pub-sub . we'll talk about these variants of deployment and what benefits you can get using zmq driver.
  • oslo.config - Mutable config is the ability to reload configuration (also logging configuration!) at runtime without a service restart. It is live in Nova Newton now.
  •  oslo.messaging AMQP 1.0 driver - Introduce the new router-based messaging backend supported by the Newton release. Targetted to deployers who'd like to "kick the tires" of this backend.

What can I expect to learn?

What new additions we made into oslo in the last cycle, how those additions (or changes) can be used by developers and operators and how new contributors (or old) can add new patterns and changes into the various oslo libraries (to further increase the commonality across the openstack projects).

Tuesday, October 25, 3:05pm-3:45pm
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
GoDaddy
Joshua Harlow is one of the technical leads on the OpenStack GoDaddy team. Goal in life: make things more awesome! FULL PROFILE
Mirantis
Oleksii Zamiatin is working at Mirantis for about 2 years (since 2014). In OpenStack community he contributes to Oslo related projects, particularly to oslo.messaging project (core reviewer). For the last year he is mostly focused on ZeroMQ driver support and contribution. Previously he worked at Samsung RnD Ukraine, Quickoffice, Aldec Inc. FULL PROFILE
EasyStack, software engineer & community director
 ChangBo Guo serves as Individual Director of OpenStack Foundation in 2017/2018 and Oslo PTL for Pike and Queens. He worked on Linux and AIX for several years. He is one of the earliest OpenStack contributors in China. He has been working on the OpenStack since 2012, when he worked on the PowerVM driver under Nova to support IBM Power Systems. He is Oslo core reviewer and have been... FULL PROFILE
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Alexis has been working on OpenStack for Hewlett-Packard Enterprise since 2013, helping to maintain and package Nova for Helion OpenStack. He has been working on OpenStack since Grizzly and helped maintain HP Public Cloud. His current focus is on Oslo, producing features to benefit the whole community. Ask him to play a game. FULL PROFILE
Red Hat
Ken is an active contributor to the Oslo.Messaging library.  He is also a member of the Apache QPID project.  The Apache QPID project provides messaging tools based on the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) standard.  AMQP is an an open protocol for reliable, high-performance messaging systems.  He also has an extensive background developing software for the... FULL PROFILE