This week in OpenStack: November 21 -27, 2016
Upstream training, scientific research, and more OpenStack news
Learn what's happening this week in OpenStack, the open source cloud computing project.
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OpenStack around the web
There is a lot of interesting stuff being written about OpenStack. Here's a sampling from some of our favorites:
- What's new with OpenStack upstream training: Making new contributor onboarding easier is still a top goal of the OpenStack Foundation.
- Transforming scientific research with OpenStack: The Naturalis Biodiversity Center supports researchers' needs with cloud computing.
- OpenStack punches above its weight: How the open source project is competing with proprietary cloud offerings.
- Comparing AWS and OpenStack database as a service: How OpenStack Trove stacks up.
- Has Linux got OpenStack licked? The Vanilla 'Plus' strategy: Which OpenStack projects are seeing use in production, and how this is shaping the effort's future.
- OpenStack focus: How can the companies contributing to OpenStack better focus their efforts.
- Get to grips with the latest features of OpenStack with this book: A new edition of Mastering OpenStack from Packt Publishing hits the shelves this month.
Here's a sample of some of the most active discussions this week on the OpenStack developers' listserv. For a more in-depth look, why not dive in yourself?
- Oaktree: A friendly end-user oriented API layer.
- Kolla-ansible is available: Launching a new (but related) project.
- OpenStack client, OpenStack SDK and Neutron client consistency: Looking for the best way to solve a bug.
- OpenStack Day France: Tuesday, November 22; Paris, France.
- OpenStack meetup: Tuesday, November 22; Budapest, Hungary.
- Testing with Tempest and extending traditional routing protocols: Tuesday, November 22; Manchester, UK.
- OpenStack meetup: Thursday, November 24; St. Petersburg, Russia.
If you're interested in OpenStack development, and wish to attend project development meetings, a complete list of these meetings' regular schedules is available here.