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Change ownership of resources - followup

As a public cloud operator we often get the question of changing the ownership of resources, especially VMs. With that said, changing ownership of a VM is of course possible today, with snapshot. End users does not seam very happy with that answer, and they would like to have amore "cloudy way" of doing that. So, seamlessly moving resources would be the preferable option. And that doesn't only apply for VMs, full heat stacks and its resources is on the table. Also preferable is some kind invite/approve process.What are the hurdles to implement such a feature? What would be an good enough solution?

In Berlin we had a first Forum session regarding this topic [0] which we would like to continue here in Denver[1].

[0] https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/BER-change-ownership-of-resources
[1] https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/DEN-change-ownership-of-resources 

Volunteer moderator: tobberydberg, adriant

Monday, April 29, 3:50pm-4:30pm (9:50pm - 10:30pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
City Network Hosting AB
Senior software developer at the OpenStack based public cloud City Network, based in Sweden but with locations around the globe. More than 10 years of industry experience. Tobias main focus is developing City Networks cloud management platform - used for all our OpenStack installations - and other cool complementary features. Also spending some good time maintaining our installations. Big fan... FULL PROFILE