With the end of the summit yesterday it's time to summarize the event. And the one word that comes to mind is:
Whether it's in Murano, Magnum, Kubernetes, Rocket, Docker or LXD, the next big thing for OpenStack will be container support.
And maybe IPv6 for Neutron.
Looking forward to the final Liberty release and the fall summit!
After unsuccessfully attempting to get the Māori macron in my name sorted (come on people it's 2015 UTF8 isn't hard!) Had my pick of sessions starting with the roadmap including 's own +Scott Drennan. Which looked out across the various sub modules and the focus expectations for the next few releases. ( slide pack here : https://my.syncplicity.com/share/ssdaxrawlx03cfr/A%20Glimpse%20At%20The%20Roadmap%20Deck%20V4%20(Final) )
Then on to several Sessions looking at Kilo release features in particular the Libvirt one which includes nova support for Pinning and Target compute masks which is a nice to have.
Manilla is the distributed file system broker. Which is designed to make it easy to give instances access to filesystem level distributed storage from horizon et al.
The last half of the day I went to the Neutron panel and the bare metal service ironic sessions.
Vendor swag evening I left early. This is a huge conference and 6000 people in a hall getting progressively more swag and drunk wasn't my scene. I did come away with about 6 items of clothing. And I was judicious.
- Nuage NetworksNew Product Introduction Engineer, 2014 - present
- Alcatel-LucentEngineer, 2008 - 2014
- Catalyst ITSystems Administrator, 2006 - 2006
- Weta DigitalRender/Data Wrangler, 2002 - 2003
- Victoria University PressSenior Tutor/Sessional Assistant, 2002 - 2008
- Hokaido UniversityResearch Assistant, 2007 - 2007
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