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This week in OpenStack: October 10 - 16, 2016
Celebrating a new release, vendor freedom, and more OpenStack news
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OpenStack around the web
There is a lot of interesting stuff being written about OpenStack. Here's a sampling from some of our favorites:
- OpenStack’s latest release focuses on scalability and resilience: Here's what is inside the latest release version of OpenStack, Newton.
- It's OpenStack or vendor lock-In, says AT&T: Why telecoms are some of OpenStack's biggest backers.
- Inside WalmartLabs and its OpenStack core: A look at how the retail giant is powering its cloud.
- Transitioning from OpenStack hobbyist to professional: Take steps to prepare yourself for a career in cloud administration.
- Neutron's role evolves in OpenStack networks: How does the open source networking component of OpenStack compare to other options?
- When OpenStack fails, don't blame the technology: OpenStack is rock-solid if you make good choices in planning your cloud needs.
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?
- Why do we have project-specific hacking rules: Can these rules be made universal across all projects?
- Open question to the candidates: Letting the Technical Committee candidates weigh in on what issues, if any, they wish to be proactive with.
- Thoughts on the TC election process: Does the current process generate the best results, and if not, can it be improved?
- OpenStack October meetup: Monday, October 10; Budapest Hungary.
- From upstream to the customer, the continuous delivery chain: Monday, October 10; Austin, TX.
- OpenStack unconference: Wednesday, October 12; Köln, Germany.
- Alleviating networking challenges in OpenStack: Wednesday, October 12; Phoenix, AZ.
- Managing OpenStack with Python: Thursday, October 13; San Antonio, TX.
- Monitoring analytics for OpenStack environments: Thursday, October 13: Palo Alto, CA.
- OpenStack projects: Friday, October 14; Lagos, Nigeria.
If you're interested in OpenStack development, and wish to attend project development meetings, a complete list of these meetings' regular schedules is available here.