Python… To use 2.7 or to go for 3.x? To “be compatible” or to “use fancy new features”. Next year Python 2 gets finally unsupported upstream. Kolla state Kolla can run under Python 2.7 or 3.x and results will be the same. All those container images containing OpenStack
During last week I was in Dublin, Ireland on OpenStack PTG. It was also the worst weather since 1982. There was snow and strong wind so conference quickly got renamed to SnowpenStack. The main reasons for me to be there were: meet all those developers
OpenStack community released ‘queens’ version this week. IMHO it is quite important moment for AArch64 community as well because it works out of the box for us. Gone are things like setting hw_firmware_type=uefi for each image you upload to Glance — Nova assumes
I am working on getting OpenStack running on AArch64 architecture, right? So recently I went from “just” building images to also using them to deploy working “cloud” setup. And that resulted in new sets of patches, updates to patches, discussions… OpenStack is supposed to make virtualization easier.
Months of work, tens of patches, hundreds of changed lines. My whole work in Kolla project got rewarded this week. I am now one of core reviewers 🙂 What does it mean? I think that Gema summarised it best: For those of
During last few months I was working on getting Kolla running on AArch64 and POWER architectures. It was a long journey with several bumps but finally ended. When I started in January I had no idea how much work it will be and how it