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This week in OpenStack: January 26 - February 1
Tales from the trenches, looking ahead to OpenStack Kilo, 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:
- Looking ahead to Kilo: How the Trove project is making progress on DBaaS.
- OpenStack Cinder with Ceph under the hood: A quick table to understand what happens when Cinder makes a call to Ceph.
- The whys and hows of the Oslo namespace change: Explaining an important change.
- 10 tips for a successful OpenStack deployment: How to move from consideration to operation.
- Tales from the trenches: The good, the bad, and the ugly of OpenStack operations.
- Migration from Nova-Network to Neutron: How eBay is using OpenStack in production.
- GitHub Enterprise 2.1.0 gets a monitoring tool and OpenStack KVM support: Now with more OpenStack!
And just for fun...
- OpenStack reactions: Waiting for something to happen in my long reviews queue.
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?
- Support status of Heat resource types: Help make sure they are all documented.
- Thoughts on the nova<->neutron interface: How two vital components talk to each other.
- EC2 API standalone service: Updates on Amazon compatibility.
- Product management group Kilo midcycle meeting: January 26-27, 2015; Palo Alto, CA
- Auto-scaling MySQL database services on OpenStack with ScaleDB: January 27, 2015; Online event
- Cinder Kilo midcycle meeting: January 27-29, 2015; Austin, TX
- MidoNet gives OpenStack Neutron a boost: January 28, 2015; Online event
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