Here's what other RDO users have been blogging about in the past few weeks:

Dear RDO Enthusiast by rainsdance

Remember that post from over a month ago?

Read more at http://groningenrain.nl/dear-rdo-enthusiast/

Red Hat Virtualization 4.1 is LIVE! by CaptainKVM

Today marks another milestone in the evolution of our flagship virtualization platform, Red Hat Virtualization (RHV), as we announce the release of version 4.1. There are well over 165 new features, and while I don’t have the space to cover all of the new features, I would like to highlight some of them, especially in the area of integration. But first I’d like to put that integration into perspective.

Read more at http://rhelblog.redhat.com/2017/04/19/red-hat-virtualization-4-1-is-live/

More than 60 Red Hat-led sessions confirmed for OpenStack Summit Boston by Peter Pawelski, Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat OpenStack Platform

This Spring’s 2017 OpenStack Summit in Boston should be another great and educational event. The OpenStack Foundation has posted the final session agenda detailing the entire week’s schedule of events. And once again Red Hat will be very busy during the four-day event, including delivering more than 60 sessions, from technology overviews to deep dive’s around the OpenStack services for containers, storage, networking, compute, network functions virtualization (NFV), and much, much more. 

Read more at http://redhatstackblog.redhat.com/2017/04/18/60-red-hat-sessions-openstack-summit-boston/

Using the OPTIONS Verb for RBAC by Adam Young

Lets say you have  RESTful Web Service.  For any given URL, you might support one or more of the HTTP verbs:  GET, PUT, POST, DELETE and so on.  A user might wonder what they mean, and which you actually support.  One way of reporting that is by using the OPTION Verb.  While this is a relatively unusual verb, using it to describe a resource is a fairly well known mechanism.  I want to take it one step further.

Read more at http://adam.younglogic.com/2017/04/options-verb-rbac/

OpenStack Days Poland 2017 by rainsdance

I am super excited to introduce guest blogger, Ana Krivokapić, who ran over to OpenStack Days Poland to represent Red Hat as the TripleO RDO OpenStack guru in residence. Thanks so much to Ana for attending, answering any technical TripleO RDO OpenStack questions sent her way, and reporting back on her experience.

Read more at http://groningenrain.nl/openstack-days-poland-2017/

3 ways you find the right type of contributor and where to find them by rbowen

Another one of Stormy’s questions caught my eye:

Read more at http://drbacchus.com/3-ways-you-find-the-right-type-of-contributor-and-where-to-find-them/