Thanks for the write up Eduardo. I thought you and Surya did a good job of
presenting and moderating those sessions.

On Wed, 21 Nov 2018 at 17:08, Eduardo Gonzalez <> wrote:

> Hi kollagues,
> During the Berlin Summit kolla team had a few talks and forum discussions,
> as well as other cross-project related topics [0]
> First session was ``Kolla project onboarding``, the room was full of
> people interested in contribute to kolla, many of them already using kolla
> in production environments whiling to make upstream some work they've done
> downstream. I can say this talk was a total success and we hope to see many
> new faces during this release putting features and bug fixes into kolla.
> Slides of the session at [1]
> Second session was ``Kolla project update``, was a brief resume of what
> work has been done during rocky release and some items will be implemented
> in the future. Number of attendees to this session was massive, no more
> people could enter the room. Slides at [2]
> Then forum sessions..
> First one was ``Kolla user feedback``, many users came over the room.
> We've notice a big increase in production deployments and some PoC
> migrating to production soon, many of those environments are huge.
> Overall the impressions was that kolla is great and don't have any big
> issue or requirement, ``it works great`` became a common phrase to listen.
> Here's a resume of the user feedback needs [3]
> - Improve operational usage for add, remove, change and stop/start nodes
> and services.
> - Database backup and recovery
> - Lack of documentation is the bigger request, users need to read the code
> to know how to configure other than core/default services
> - Multi cells_v2
> - New services request, cyborg, masakari and tricircle were the most
> requested
> - SElinux enabled
> - More SDN services such as Contrail and calico
> - Possibility to include user's ansible tasks during deploy as well as
> support custom config.json
> - HTTPS for internal networks
> Second one was about ``kolla for the edge``, we've meet with Edge
> computing group and others interested in edge deployments to identify
> what's missing in kolla and where we can help.
> Things we've identified are:
> - Kolla seems good at how the service split can be done, tweaking
> inventory file and config values can deploy independent environments easily.
> - Missing keystone federation
> - Glance cache support is not a hard requirement but improves efficiency
> (already merged)
> - Multi cells v2
> - Multi storage per edge/far-edge
> - A documentation or architecture reference would be nice to have.
> Last one was ``kolla for NFV``, few people came over to discuss about
> Nothing noticiable from this session, mainly was support DPDK for
> CentOS/RHEL,OracleLinux and few service addition covered by previous
> discussions.
> [0]
> [1]
> [2]
> [3]
> [4]
> [5]
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