It's been a few weeks since I did one of these blog wrapups, and there's been a lot of great content by the RDO community recently.
Here's some of what we've been talking about recently:
Project Teams Gathering (PTG) report - Zuul by tristanC
The OpenStack infrastructure team gathered in Denver (September 2017). This article reports some of Zuul's topics that were discussed at the PTG.
Read more at http://rdoproject.org/blog/2017/09/PTG-report-zuul/
Evaluating Total Cost of Ownership of the Identity Management Solution by Dmitri Pal
Increasing Interest in Identity Management: During last several months I’ve seen a rapid growth of interest in Red Hat’s Identity Management (IdM) solution. This might have been due to different reasons.
Debugging TripleO Ceph-Ansible Deployments by John
Starting in Pike it is possible to use TripleO to deploy Ceph in containers using ceph-ansible. This is a guide to help you if there is a problem. It asks questions, somewhat rhetorically, to help you track down the problem.
Make a NUMA-aware VM with virsh by John
Grégory showed me how he uses
virsh editon a VM to add something like the following:
Writing a SELinux policy from the ground up by tristanC
SELinux is a mechanism that implements mandatory access controls in Linux systems. This article shows how to create a SELinux policy that confines a standard service:
Trick to test external ceph clusters using only tripleo-quickstart by John
TripleO can stand up a Ceph cluster as part of an overcloud. However, if all you have is a tripleo-quickstart env and want to test an overcloud feature which uses an external Ceph cluster, then can have quickstart stand up two heat stacks, one to make a separate ceph cluster and the other to stand up an overcloud which uses that ceph cluster.
RDO Pike released by Rich Bowen
The RDO community is pleased to announce the general availability of the RDO build for OpenStack Pike for RPM-based distributions, CentOS Linux 7 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. RDO is suitable for building private, public, and hybrid clouds. Pike is the 16th release from the OpenStack project, which is the work of more than 2300 contributors from around the world (source).
OpenStack Summit Sydney preview: Red Hat to present at more than 40 sessions by Peter Pawelski, Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat OpenStack Platform
The next OpenStack Summit will take place in Sydney, Australia, November 6-8. And despite the fact that the conference will only run three days instead of the usual four, there will be plenty of opportunities to learn about OpenStack from Red Hat’s thought leaders.
Scheduled snapshots by Tim Bell
While most of the machines on the CERN cloud are configured using Puppet with state stored in external databases or file stores, there are a few machines where this has been difficult, especially for legacy applications. Doing a regular snapshot of these machines would be a way of protecting against failure scenarios such as hypervisor failure or disk corruptions.
Ada Lee: OpenStack Security, Barbican, Novajoin, TLS Everywhere in Ocata by Rich Bowen
Ada Lee talks about OpenStack Security, Barbican, Novajoin, and TLS Everywhere in Ocata, at the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta, 2017.
Octavia Developer Wanted by assafmuller
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I’m looking for a Software Engineer to join the Red Hat OpenStack Networking team. I am presently looking to hire in Europe, Israel and US East. The candidate may work from home or from one of the Red Hat offices. The team is globally distributed and comprised of talented, autonomous, empowered and passionate individuals with a healthy work/life balance. The candidate will work on OpenStack Octavia and LBaaS. The candidate will write and review code while working with upstream community members and fellow Red Hatters. If you want to do open source, Red Hat is objectively where it’s at. We have an institutional culture of open source at all levels and this has a ripple effect on your day to day and your career at the company.