OpenStack global footprint exceeds 45 million compute cores as users tackle common obstacles
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by Allison Price
6M ago
The 10th iteration of the OpenStack User Survey highlights expanding footprint of OpenStack clouds, reinforcing architecture trends and introducing new usage patterns   Over the past 10 years, over 2,200 organizations have voluntarily contributed OpenStack usage data and architecture details, across more than 4,000 deployments as well as feedback for the upstream community to improve the... Read more ..read more
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New in OpenStack Bobcat: Ironic team supports servicing nodes
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by Julia Kreger
8M ago
Ironic now enables infrastructure operators to modify existing nodes using the “service steps” framework. Servicing allows operators to leverage steps, like you would for cleaning or customized deployments, to perform actions to modify deployed nodes in an ACTIVE state. Previously, Ironic would not perform operations on active nodes, largely due to standing technical consensus within... Read more ..read more
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New in OpenStack Bobcat: Manila team introduces resource lock framework
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by Goutham Pacha Ravi
8M ago
My name is Goutham Pacha Ravi and I am a core contributor for the OpenStack Manila project. Below is a feature request that was reported by an operator who would like to remain anonymous. Luckily, the operator engaged with the upstream OpenStack community and this feature has been delivered in OpenStack 2023.2, nicknamed the Bobcat... Read more ..read more
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New in OpenStack Bobcat: Horizon team introduces time-based one-time password (TOTP) authentication support
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by Thomas Goirand
8M ago
Horizon added time-based one-time password (TOTP) authentication support, leveraging the already existing two factor authentication from Keystone. Now, if a user activates TOTP on Keystone, it gets activated on Horizon too.  This specific feature request was a demand from Infomaniak’s public cloud customers. They wanted the feature to have TOTP in Horizon, as they were... Read more ..read more
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Lifetime OpenStack Contributor Metrics Now Available in Bitergia Dashboard
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by Kendall Nelson
1y ago
Contributing to OpenStack and joining the community is one of my proudest accomplishments, hands down. In fact, I actually have a skirt printed with lines of code showing the state of OpenStack (projects.yaml) from the day my first patch landed in Cinder.  But it’s definitely not just me that has made OpenStack into one of... Read more ..read more
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Calling all OpenStack Operators! The PTG starts Monday, and the community needs your input!
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by Kendall Nelson
1y ago
I’m an OpenStack Operator going to the PTG, where should I go?  PTGs aren’t just for OpenInfra developers! The discussions need perspectives from a broader group to make the event successful. This includes operators who are running OpenInfra projects in production (Public and Private Cloud, Research, etc), plan to run a project in the future,... Read more ..read more
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Virtuozzo joins the OpenStack Marketplace, and Sharktech does too. Shouldn’t you?
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by Tetiana Fydorenchyk
1y ago
We’re excited to announce that Virtuozzo is now part of the OpenStack Marketplace – and even better, our US cloud partner Sharktech has joined too. The OpenStack Marketplace has a simple goal: to make it easy to find cloud services and technologies that help you leverage the awesome open-source OpenStack framework. It’s a natural home... Read more ..read more
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What Operators Can Expect to Discuss with the OpenStack Manila Team at the PTG
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by Kendall Nelson
1y ago
If you’re an OpenStack operator, you should check out my previous blog post about why you should attend the upcoming Project Teams Gathering (PTG). In an effort to help OpenStack operators get the most out of a PTG, we surveyed some project team leads (PTLs)  about the operator engagement they would most like to see. First up,... Read more ..read more
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What Operators Can Expect to Discuss with the OpenStack Nova Team at the PTG
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by Kendall Nelson
1y ago
If you’re an OpenStack operator, you should check out my previous blog post about why you should attend the upcoming Project Teams Gathering (PTG). In an effort to help OpenStack operators get the most out of a PTG, we surveyed some project team leads (PTLs)  about the operator engagement they would most like to see. First up,... Read more ..read more
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How to Have a Successful PTG as an OpenStack Operator
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by Kendall Nelson
2y ago
Myth: Project Teams Gatherings (PTGs) are working events organized by the OpenInfra Foundation only for OpenStack developers to collaborate on an upcoming release.  Let’s break that down.  Project Teams Gatherings (PTGs) are working events organized by the OpenInfra Foundation: CORRECT. PTGs are only for OpenStack developers to collaborate on an upcoming release: WRONG.  While PTGs are for OpenStack... Read more ..read more
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