Here’s the first edition of the bi-weekly newsletter on open infrastructure newsletter with highlights from the Berlin Summit and project updates.
At the upcoming Summit Berlin, a large contingent of open-source projects meeting up to work together including Kubernetes, ONAP, Ansible and more.
“Working with the OpenStack Infra team has really opened my eyes up to the capabilities of Zuul and the frameworks they’ve put together,” says John Studarus.
The OSF has been using Zuul for about six years. Superuser gets the origin story from Clark Boylan and Doug Hellman.
Here’s how the team employs the continuous integration, delivery and deployment system.
Check out the high-impact features for bare metal clouds, fast forward upgrades and hardware accelerators.
Nominate your unsung heroes for the spotlight!
More testing in less time with faster development and integration are the main benefits, says Tobias Henkel.
Clint Byrum on how they’ve replaced slow, brittle Jenkins jobs with highly parallelized, more realistic Zuul test jobs.
“The benefit we see is the ease of integration with other projects,” says Melvin Hillsman who works at Huawei on OpenLab.
Thierry Carrez, VP of engineering at the OpenStack Foundation & OpenStack Technical Committee member, outlines the past, present and future.