Here's some of the recent blog posts from our community:

Some lessons an IT department can learn from OpenStack by jpena

I have spent a lot of my professional career working as an IT Consultant/Architect. In those positions, you talk to many customers with different backgrounds, and see companies that run their IT in many different ways. Back in 2014, I joined the OpenStack Engineering team at Red Hat, and started being involved with the OpenStack community. And guess what, I found yet another way of managing IT.

Read more at http://rdoproject.org/blog/2017/05/some-lessons-an-it-department-can-learn-from-openstack/

When is it not cool to add a new OpenStack configuration option? by assafmuller

Adding new configuration options has a cost, and makes already complex projects (Hi Neutron!) even more so. Double so when we speak of architecture choices, it means that we have to test and document all permutations. Of course, we don’t always do that, nor do we test all interactions between deployment options and other advanced features, leaving users with fun surprises. With some projects seeing an increased rotation of contributors, we’re seeing wastelands of unmaintained code behind left behind, increasing the importance of being strategic about introducing new complexity.

Read more at https://assafmuller.com/2017/05/19/when-is-not-cool-to-add-a-new-openstack-configuration-option/

Running (and recording) fully automated GUI tests in the cloud by Matthieu Huin

The problem Software Factory is a full-stack software development platform: it hosts repositories, a bug tracker and CI/CD pipelines. It is the engine behind RDO's CI pipeline, but it is also very versatile and suited for all kinds of software projects. Also, I happen to be one of Software Factory's main contributors. :)

Read more at http://rdoproject.org/blog/2017/05/running-and-recording-fully-automated-GUI-tests-in-the-cloud/