November 6-8, 2017

Event Details

Windmill 101: Ansible based deployment for Zuul / Nodepool

One of the great things about the OpenStack project is our CI platform, not only does the project do an awesome job ensuring developers have the tools needed for testing, but we also make it possible for downstream users to contribute results back to the system. We refer to this process as 3rd party CI.

With the release of Zuulv3 by the OpenStack Infrastructure team, Windmill has been created to help users stand up their own CI infrastructure using Ansible.

Not only will we be setting up Windmill to report results back to the OpenStack project but users will also have the ability to see how Zuulv3 works will GitHub.

What can I expect to learn?

What Zuulv3 / Nodepool is.
How the OpenStack project does CI.
How 3rd party CI works.
How to run a local instance of Zuulv3.
How to submit results back to the OpenStack Project.
How to configure Zuulv3 to work with GitHub

Tuesday, November 7, 3:20pm-4:50pm
Level: Beginner
Red Hat Inc.
Paul has been an active contributor to OpenStack since September 2012. Paul is a full time contributor to the OpenStack Infrastructure Project; responsible for of the systems that are used in the day to day operation of the OpenStack project as a whole. Prior to joining Red Hat in April 2015, Paul worked as an Asterisk consultant specializing in call centers and automated deployments. Paul... FULL PROFILE
Ansible by Red Hat, Principal Software Engineer
Ricardo works at Ansible by Red Hat as a Principal Sofware Engineer. He is part of the Ansible Networking team, responsible for network devices modules. Previously he worked as an infrastructure engineer on the HPE Helion CI platform, where he designed, maintained and operated the systems used by all the HPE Helion engineers. He is core member of the OpenStack Infrastructure team,... FULL PROFILE