On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 10:36 AM, Michał Dubiel <m...@semihalf.com> wrote:
> Aryeh,
>
> Actually we have already a working OpenStack on FreeBSD. More precisely the
> Nova compute node running directly on FreeBSD host, which spawns guest VMs
> using bhyve hypervisor. It is in very early stage and currently it uses our
> prototype bhyve driver for the Nova compute. We have been putting now some
> effort to bring the bhyve into Nova via libvirt library as it is strongly
> favored by the OpenStack community. We had some discussions with
> maintainers of the Nova component and they clearly suggested that the
> libvirt path is the one that can be eventually integrated into the Nova
> code. One of our colleagues is currently putting together a wiki page that
> will explain how to set it all up, it should be available soon. If you are
> also interested in bringing the OpenStack into the FreeBSD world, perhaps
> it would make a sense to join forces and make it happen sooner.

The last quarterly status report provides more information on our work
towards FreeBSD host support in OpenStack, there are links to the
repos with our work in progress:

http://www.freebsd.org/news/status/report-2013-10-2013-12.html#FreeBSD-Host-Support-for-OpenStack-and-OpenContrail

Rafal
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