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This week in OpenStack: February 1 - 7
A successful OpenStack Summit proposal, backup and recovery, 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:
- Working to bridge the developer/end-user divide in OpenStack: How the Product Working Group's listening campaign hopes to improve dialogue.
- How to craft a successful OpenStack Summit proposal: The deadline is approaching fast if you want to submit a talk to the Vancouver Summit.
- Swift feature highlight—TempURLs: What are TempURLs and how do you use them?
- What do operators do all day?: A look at how OpenStack administrators spend their time.
- Backup and recovery in the OpenStack universe: Where to go when something goes wrong.
- Musings and predictions: What's head in the Kilo release and beyond?
And just for fun...
- OpenStack reactions: Starting to look over migrating a large cloud from nova-network to neutron.
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?
- Take back the naming process: A discussion on how release names are decided and how that process can be made more open.
- PyMySQL review: Is this the one MySQL driver to rule them all?
- Native Keystone resources in Heat: Creating keystone users, roles, and tenants in Heat templates.
- SQL schema downgrades and related issues: Are downward migrations really a good idea for us to support?
- Finding people to work on the EC2 API in Nova: Developers are needed to maintain this important code section.
- Upstream training in Japan: February 2-3, 2015; Tokyo, Japan
- OpenStack Seattle meetup: February 2, 2015; Seattle, WA
- Deployment models for OpenStack: February 3, 2015; Online
- OpenStack Days Tokyo: February 3-4, 2015; Tokyo, Japan
- OpenStack Day in Korea: February 5, 2015; Seoul, South Korea
- Automated open source software based factories and pipelines: February 5, 2015; Online
Interested in the OpenStack project development meetings? A complete list of these meetings' regular schedules is available here.