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Cloud storage considerations, OpenStack Summit in review, and more
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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?
- Plan for the splitting of Horizon into two repositories: A discussion around how to better organize the source code of OpenStack's visual dashboard, Horizon.
- Neutron Blueprints for Juno-1: Making the tough decisions about what features can hit what target dates.
- Supporting retries in neutronclient: Should users be able to set Neutron's number of tries to connect?
- Sahara Summit wrap-up: backward compatibility: How do you support new features and keep on supporting older installations?
OpenStack around the web
There's a lot of interesting stuff be written about OpenStack; here's a sampling of what we thought you might find interesting.
- Start considering Ceph as a backend for OpenStack Cinder (to replace LVM): Another option for underlying your block storage deployment.
- What's next for OpenStack is Ironic: A quick video glance at what's ahead for OpenStack Juno.
- 10 Storage Products For OpenStack Clouds: With so many options on the market, how do you decide?
- Catching up with the Original Superusers: A look at how Cisco, CERN, Bloomberg and DigitalFilm Tree are using OpenStack.
- OpenStack Design Summit Juno, from a Ceilometer point of view: How developers are bringing telemetry to the open source cloud.
And just for fun...
- OpenStack Reactions: The way I feel when upgrading my OpenStack cloud.
- OpenStack UK Day: June 4, 2014; London, UK
- South Bay OpenStack Meetup – Beginner track: June 5, 2014; Sunnyvale, CA
- Tech Next: OpenStack: June 7, 2014; Pune, India
A special thanks to Stefano Maffulli and the OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter, available under a Creative Commons 3.0 License, for linking us to many of these stories.