Re: [openstack-dev] [Heat] Introducing Re-Heat

2014-10-02 Thread Zane Bitter
Dredging up this thread because I was reminded of it today by a question on ask.openstack.org. On 18/07/14 09:19, Ayenson, Michael D. wrote: Hello All, My name is Mika Ayenson and I have to privilege to intern at Johns Hopkins - Applied Physics Lab. I'm really excited to release the latest

Re: [openstack-dev] [Heat] Introducing Re-Heat

2014-10-02 Thread Georgy Okrokvertskhov
Heat updates work pretty well and this is a right way to track all the changes you do with your infrastructure. Heat declarative templates define state of the OpenStack or any other application in a good, well designed abstract form of resources and their dependencies. If you use Heat updates, the

[openstack-dev] [Heat] Introducing Re-Heat

2014-07-18 Thread Ayenson, Michael D.
Hello All, My name is Mika Ayenson and I have to privilege to intern at Johns Hopkins - Applied Physics Lab. I'm really excited to release the latest proof of concept Re-Heat Re-Heat is a JHUAPL developed tool for OpenStack users to help them quickly rebuild their OpenStack environments via

Re: [openstack-dev] [Heat] Introducing Re-Heat

2014-07-18 Thread Thomas Herve
Hello All, My name is Mika Ayenson and I have to privilege to intern at Johns Hopkins - Applied Physics Lab. I’m really excited to release the latest proof of concept “Re-Heat” Re-Heat is a JHUAPL developed tool for OpenStack users to help them quickly rebuild their OpenStack

Re: [openstack-dev] [Heat] Introducing Re-Heat

2014-07-18 Thread Ayenson, Michael D.
Hello All, My name is Mika Ayenson and I have to privilege to intern at Johns Hopkins - Applied Physics Lab. I’m really excited to release the latest proof of concept “Re-Heat” Re-Heat is a JHUAPL developed tool for OpenStack users to help them quickly rebuild their