Re: [openstack-dev] [kolla][tripleo] Call for developers/contributors for kolla-k3

2015-02-20 Thread Christopher Aedo
Steve, thanks for sharing this - the decomposed blueprints are going
to make getting involved easy.  Containerizing OpenStack services
looks like a great solution to the challenge of upgrades, and pace of
the work you and others on the Kolla team have kept up is impressive.
Regarding Fuel, we are not very biased when it comes to the deployment
framework, and deploying via containers is looking better all the
time.  Over the next few weeks you can expect a few of us to get
involved and start helping out.  I'm really hoping we are able to
integrate this with Fuel and get more folks involved with and using
Kolla.

-Christopher

On Thu, Feb 19, 2015 at 1:42 AM, Steven Dake (stdake) std...@cisco.com wrote:
 Hey folks,

 I’d like to invite the broader OpenStack community to participate in
 developing milestone #3 of Kolla – a Project to Containerize the deployment
 of OpenStack.  This is a major refactoring of Kolla to make it viable for
 use by projects such as TripleO or Fuel.

 We have an aggressive set of features the core team has identified it wants
 to develop.  Our deadline for development is March 19th.  Theoretically we
 could slip into early April, but the idea is to synchronize our schedule
 with the broader OpenStack project’s release schedule.  We have
 approximately 4-6 weeks to finish our development described out in the below
 blueprint.

 The set of features the core team has identified we want to develop is
 described in this specification:

 https://github.com/stackforge/kolla/blob/master/specs/containerize-openstack.rst

 I have decomposed the specification in to specific work items.  Most of the
 blueprints will take between 4 and 20 hours of work individually.  If your
 keen to learn about containers or the future of deployment architectures in
 OpenStack, please come and join in our development.  We do our development
 in the #tripleo channel on IRC using the standard OpenStack review and
 development process.

 The decomposed blueprints are here:

 https://blueprints.launchpad.net/kolla

 Come pick one out and start developing today :)

 Regards
 -steve

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[openstack-dev] [kolla][tripleo] Call for developers/contributors for kolla-k3

2015-02-19 Thread Steven Dake (stdake)
Hey folks,

I’d like to invite the broader OpenStack community to participate in developing 
milestone #3 of Kolla – a Project to Containerize the deployment of OpenStack.  
This is a major refactoring of Kolla to make it viable for use by projects such 
as TripleO or Fuel.

We have an aggressive set of features the core team has identified it wants to 
develop.  Our deadline for development is March 19th.  Theoretically we could 
slip into early April, but the idea is to synchronize our schedule with the 
broader OpenStack project’s release schedule.  We have approximately 4-6 weeks 
to finish our development described out in the below blueprint.

The set of features the core team has identified we want to develop is 
described in this specification:

https://github.com/stackforge/kolla/blob/master/specs/containerize-openstack.rst

I have decomposed the specification in to specific work items.  Most of the 
blueprints will take between 4 and 20 hours of work individually.  If your keen 
to learn about containers or the future of deployment architectures in 
OpenStack, please come and join in our development.  We do our development in 
the #tripleo channel on IRC using the standard OpenStack review and development 
process.

The decomposed blueprints are here:

https://blueprints.launchpad.net/kolla

Come pick one out and start developing today :)

Regards
-steve
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