This week in OpenStack: December 21 - 27
Tips for contributors, a bioinformatics research cloud, and more OpenStack news
OpenStack around the web
There's a lot of interesting stuff being written about OpenStack. Here's a sampling:
- How to take your OpenStack contributions to the next level: Tips for getting out of the 'sophomore slump.'
- OpenStack based eMedLab enables cloud-based HPC: Managing bioinformatics data with OpenStack.
- Swift deployment with OpenStack Keystone authentication: Tips and tricks from testing Swift.
- Grok logs stored in OpenStack Swift via middleware: Making reading your logs easier with a new tool.
- Running an OpenStack cloud?: Come to the first European mid-cycle operators meetup.
- DevOps'ing your DBMS: Using automation to simplify tasks and speed up IT.
- OpenStack operators connecting together: A proposal for smaller, operator-focused gatherings.
- Integrating classic IT with cloud-native: Getting multiple generations of infrastructure to work together.
- My first OpenStack Summit: Tokyo 2015.
- The future of Trove: OpenStack's database-as-a-service project moves forward.
- Gerrit upgrade to version 2.11 completed: If problems occur, please be sure to report them.
- Live migration issues with L3/L2: Fixing some issues with Neutron and Nova.
- Gathering quota usage data in Horizon: A new feature request for provide special API calls.
- Naming polls for N and O are open: Go vote now to name the next two releases.
- Quota for Magnum resources: A new design proposal.
Many of the OpenStack regular meetings and events for the next two weeks are postponed or canceled due to the holidays. Please check back in the new year for a refreshed OpenStack events listing.
Thanks to the Developer Mailing List Digest for many of these linked items.