very impressive list of achievements for 1 release cycle. Good work, folks!
On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 1:02 PM, Vladimir Kozhukalov <
> Dear colleagues,
> Newton cycle is getting to its end and it is time to look at what we've
> managed to achieve by the moment.
> * Improved task based deployment engine (memory efficiency, code
> structure, graph sequences, noop run).
> * Re-implemented OS provisioning as a graph. Now it is one of the graphs in
> the default deployment graph sequence.
> * Improved graph API and UX. Now it is possible to upload/download
> custom graphs, run particular graphs, see per-task deployment
> * Aligned the functionality of the new version of fuelclient with the
> old one. Now all subcommands are available in `fuel2` and we are ready
> to deprecate old `fuel` command.
> * We are on our way to get rid of ISO. (ISOless BVT is ready, review
> jobs are in progress).
> * Improved LCM UX including IaC (using git repository as a source for
> cluster configuration).
> * We begun implementing cluster upgrade procedure as a graph. In the
> future in-place OpenStack cluster upgrades will be a native part Fuel
> * We also put some efforts to research container based deployment
> possibilities (K8s and Docker). We introduced a bunch of
> experimental repositories (fuel-ccp-*) where the team is now working
> on CI/CD like UX for containerized OpenStack deployment.
> There are also many things that we were planning but didn't manage
> to do. I'm not going to nominate myself as a PTL for Ocata cycle, but I'll
> continue to contribute to Fuel to make it a perfect deployment
> tool and I'm looking forward for other Fuel team members to run for PTL
> Vladimir Kozhukalov
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