So, its good that you're working on third party CI, but I see that as a
blocker before we can start this conversation -- we need to have a solid
history there before we can do much. You also don't mention (that I can
find) where the code to the driver is. Can I have a pointer to that please?
On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 7:02 PM, Zhenyu Zheng <zhengzhenyul...@gmail.com>
> Hi All,
> We would like to propose FusionCompute driver to become an official Nova
> FusionCompute is an computing virtualization software developed by Huawei,
> which can provide tuned high-performance and high reliabilities in VM
> instance provisioning, clustered resource pool management, and intelligent
> HA/FT scheduling.
> The concepts and technical details for FusionCompute could be found in:
> Huawei has been working on integrating FusionCompute and OpenStack since
> Folsom release using Nova-FusionCompute driver. FusionCompute has been
> successfully deployed as the hypervisor within Huawei's FusionShpere
> Openstack Cloud Operation System solution in large number of commercial
> private and public clouds running stable for several years, including:
> *Deutsche Telekom - Open Telekom Cloud*:
> *Telefonica LatAm Public Cloud*:
> *Huawei Enterprise Cloud:*
> *China Telecom Public Cloud:*
> *Other cases can be found in*:
> As mentioned above, FusionCompute has been proved to be with high
> reliability and large user base, thus we would like to propose
> FusionCompute driver to Nova as an official Nova driver.
> We have tried to propose this back in 2014, blueprint and discussions can
> be found in:
> We have set up the ThirdPartyCI:
> and adjusting it to Nova, it will be online very soon.
> Kevin Zheng
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