Superuser features summaries of the videos; you can also catch them on the OpenStack Foundation YouTube channel.
Neutron’s goal is to implement services and associated libraries to provide on-demand, scalable and technology-agnostic network abstraction. Neutron provides networking-as-a-service between interface devices (e.g., vNICs) managed by other Openstack services (e.g., Nova, the compute service).
The pair outlined a ton of updates for this latest release:
What’s up for the next release
“For the next release, we’ll continue being focused on stability and community-led improvements,” Migliaccio says. That means “Python 3, once and for all” and solidifying the ability to deliver on fewer use cases but “in a rock-solid fashion,” he adds.
The team is also busy on cross-project work:
Check out the full 40-minute talk below and download the slides here.
Use Ask OpenStack for general questions
For roadmap or development issues, subscribe to the OpenStack development mailing list, and use the tag [neturon]
To get code, ask questions, view blueprints, etc, see: Neutron Launchpad Page
Check out Neutron’s regular IRC meetings on the #openstack-meeting channel: http://wiki.openstack.org/Network/Meetings
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