Sydney
November 6-8, 2017

Event Details


OpenStack Charms - Project Update

The OpenStack Charms project provides deployment tooling for setting up and operating OpenStack Clouds at any scale.

We've been an official OpenStack project since 2015 but have a commit history that goes back to the dawn of OpenStack in 2011.

This session will provide a brief overview of the OpenStack Charms, an update on what's been delivered during the Pike development cycle (including a new charm for Gnocchi) and what our plans are for the Queens release.

Tuesday, November 7, 3:20pm-3:40pm
Difficulty Level: N/A
Canonical, Technical Architect
James Page is an Ubuntu and Debian Developer and previous PTL of the OpenStack Charms project. James is currently focussed on distribution and deployment of OpenStack on Ubuntu and currently works for Canonical as Technical Architect of the OpenStack Engineering team. FULL PROFILE
OpenStack Foundation Board of Directors, Director
As the Engineering Manager at Canonical, Ryan leads a global team of open-source software developers who focus on delivering upgradable, supportable distribution methodologies and lifecycle automation tooling surrounding OpenStack, Ceph, and other open-source software infrastructure projects.  He and his team produce and maintain the Ubuntu Cloud Archive, one of the long-standing primary... FULL PROFILE