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This week in OpenStack: December 1 - 7
Who's who of OpenStack, solving operators' problems, and more
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OpenStack around the web
There's a lot of interesting stuff being written about OpenStack. Here's a sampling:
- Who's who of OpenStack IaaS: An infograph from Tesora on OpenStack's contributors and influencers.
- Start contributing to OpenStack: It's all about gathering the right pieces.
- My key learnings from Paris: All operators have the same problems.
- 8 Reasons you don’t want to use OpenStack: A tongue-in-cheek look.
- Eight important facts about the OpenStack cloud platform: More insights from the user survey.
- Getting OpenStack ready for the enterprise: Co-engineering OpenStack and Linux for a more stable cloud platform.
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?
- Introducing Bandit code security analyzer: A Python AST-based static analyzer from the OpenStack Security Group
- Where should Schema files live: There are lots of options, depending on what assumptions you make.
- [Nova] Handling soft delete for instance rows in a new cells database: Adding a new database to handle cells.
- [Oslo] Scheduling a review day: Clearing out some existing reviews before moving too far into Kilo.
- [Nova] Proposal new hacking rules: Clarifying assertions and warnings.
- Japan OpenStack User Group Meetup: December 1, 2014; Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
- Eat, drink, talk OpenStack: December 2, 2014; Vancouver, BC
- With or without OpenStack: December 2, 2014; Herstal, Belgium
- London OpenStack December meeting: December 2, 2014; London, UK
- Gartner Data Center Conference: December 2-5, 2014; Las Vegas, NV
Interested in the OpenStack project development meetings? A complete list of these meetings' regular schedules is available here.
A special thanks to Stefano Maffulli for the OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter, available under a Creative Commons 3.0 License, for linking us to some of these stories and events.