Tom Fifield, OpenStack community manager, talks to SuperuserTV about the benefits of combining developers and operators in a new OpenStack Summit component called the Forum, which replaced the Design Summit that took place during previous Summits. This new event removes the divide between developers and users, supporting more strategic conversations, such as how OpenStack engages with adjacent communities. […]

Tom Fifield, OpenStack community manager, talks to SuperuserTV about the benefits of combining developers and operators in a new OpenStack Summit component called the Forum, which replaced the Design Summit that took place during previous Summits.

This new event removes the divide between developers and users, supporting more strategic conversations, such as how OpenStack engages with adjacent communities. Other sessions focused on topics such as cross-project collaboration and hierarchical quotas.

Overall, The Forum aims at bridging the gap between developers and operators, furthering the conversations that revolve around OpenStack’s principle of open design. Find out more from the four-minute interview below.