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Re: openstack issues from Japan
Joshua McKenty <jmckenty@xxxxxxxxx>
Rick Clark <rick@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Fri, 03 Sep 2010 08:28:57 -0500
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On 09/03/2010 06:52 AM, Joshua McKenty wrote:
> The next step is definitely to write up blueprints of these planned features
> (something that I am long overdue to contribute as well).
> I believe we have already had some discussions with RedHat about getting
> Fedora Core packages of OpenStack made, I can follow up on this.
We have some fedora devs working on RPM's for us. So those should be
available soon, I'll ping them to find out their status. This should
not be a major effort, since we already have Ubuntu packages, in the
worst case we could use Alien to convert them.
> We will publish a more complete feature list for Austin by the 3rd (e.g.,
> today!) by completing the missing blueprints.
This is absolutely correct. The targeted feature list will be generated
using the blueprints and updated through the process. Next Tuesday we
have a technical writer joining the project, Anne Gentle, who will help
us have much more acceptable documentation.
We will be changing the meeting day to Tuesday in the future. I will do
my best to find a good time for everyone, but we may end up rotating
times so that people in Asia and Australia can more easily participate.
I will send an email about the meeting today and blueprints out a little
> On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 6:56 AM, Masanori ITOH <itoumsn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I'm Masanori Itoh of NTT DATA, Japan.
>> I would like to share some issues on openstack from Japanese
>> enterprise system market.
>> I know that the requirements below do not fit for the austin release
>> scheduled in this Octorber, but I believe that still it's useful
>> sharing them with folks here.
>> Issue 1. Live Migration support (strong)
>> From a view point of operating private clouds which host enterprise
>> systems, Live Migration is almost mandatory.
>> Now, we are doing feasibility study to explore if we can do and
>> contribute that.
>> Issue 2. RPM packages (medium)
>> In Japanese business market, RPM based distributions such as RHEL are
>> dominant. So, we would like to have RPM packages too in addition to
>> deb packages.
>> As for the initial target distribution, Fedora 13 would be appropriate
>> I think, and I guess that it's possible we contribute somehow from
>> this point too.
>> Issue 3. Feature list of the austin release
>> My boss asked me if there is a detailed list of features
>> covered by the austin release.
>> For example, the list is preferable to have coverage list of
>> the Amazon API and Rackspace API which Nova supports.
>> Is there that kind of list?
>> # I'm afraid no... :(
>> BTW, cloud anyone tell me what I should do next?
>> - Opening blueprint pages?
>> - Joining the next release IRC?
>> - Please understand that the weekly release meeting is 5:00AM of Saturday
>> in Japan unfortunatelly ... :(
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Masanori ITOH R&D Headquarters, NTT DATA CORPORATION
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