Here's what the RDO community has been blogging about in the last week.

Joe Talerico and OpenStack Performance at the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta by Rich Bowen

Last month at the OpenStack PTG in Atlanta, Joe Talerico spoke about his work on OpenStack Performance in the Ocata cycle.

Read more at http://rdoproject.org/blog/2017/03/joe-talerico-and-openstack-performance-at-the-openstack-ptg-in-atlanta/

RDO CI promotion pipelines in a nutshell by amoralej

One of the key goals in RDO is to provide a set of well tested and up-to-date repositories that can be smoothly used by our users:

Read more at http://rdoproject.org/blog/2017/03/rdo-ci-in-a-nutshell/

A tale of Tempest rpm with Installers by chandankumar

Tempest is a set of integration tests to run against OpenStack Cloud. Delivering robust and working OpenStack cloud is always challenging. To make sure what we deliver in RDO is rock-solid, we use Tempest to perform a set of API and scenario tests against a running cloud using different installers like puppet-openstack-integration, packstack, and tripleo-quickstart. And, it is the story of how we integrated RDO Tempest RPM package with installers so it can be consumed by various CI rather than using raw upstream sources.

Read more at http://rdoproject.org/blog/2017/03/a-tale-of-tempest-rpm-with-installers/

An even better Ansible reporting interface with ARA 0.12 by dmsimard

Not even a month ago, I announced the release of ARA 0.11 with a bunch of new features and improvements.

Read more at https://dmsimard.com/2017/03/12/an-even-better-ansible-reporting-interface-with-ara-0-12/

Let rdopkg manage your RPM package by

rdopkg is a RPM packaging automation tool which was written to efortlessly keep packages in sync with (fast moving) upstream.

Read more at http://rdoproject.org/blog/2017/03/let-rdopkg-manage-your-RPM-package/

Using Software Factory to manage Red Hat OpenStack Platform lifecycle by Maria Bracho, Senior Product Manager OpenStack

by Nicolas Hicher, Senior Software Engineer – Continuous Integration and Delivery Software-Factory Software-Factory is a collection of services that provides a powerful platform to build software. It enables the same workflow used to develop OpenStack: using Gerrit for code reviews, Zuul/Nodepool/Jenkins as a CI system, and Storyboard for stories and issues tracker. Also, it ensures a reproducible test environment with ephemeral Jenkins slaves.

Read more at http://redhatstackblog.redhat.com/2017/03/08/using-software-factory-to-manage-red-hat-openstack-platform-lifecycle/