[openstack-dev] [Quantum] Summit Sessions
nachi at ntti3.com
Thu Apr 4 00:59:03 UTC 2013
I would like to join
How about 4/5 1pm (PST) on the IRC?
I created etherpad page for this discussion
2013/4/3 Vasudevan, Swaminathan (PNB Roseville) <swaminathan.vasudevan at hp.com>:
> Hi Mark McClain,
> I would like to have a discussion on the VPNaaS for the quantum prior to the
> Havana summit.
> Is there a discussion group for the VPNaaS, if so could you please forward
> me the details.
> If not can we start a discussion group to discuss the VPNaaS blueprint
> before the summit.
> Swaminathan Vasudevan
> Systems Software Engineer (TC)
> HP ProCurve
> 8000 Foothills Blvd
> M/S 5541
> Roseville, CA - 95747
> tel: 916.785.0937
> fax: 916.785.1815
> email: swaminathan.vasudevan at hp.com
> From: Mark McClain [mailto:mark.mcclain at dreamhost.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 9:37 AM
> To: OpenStack Development Mailing List
> Subject: [openstack-dev] [Quantum] Summit Sessions
> I know we're busy working on the final push to get the docs ready for the
> Grizzly release. I wanted to remind the team that summit session proposals
> are due by the end of March.
> You can submit your proposals here:
> A couple of reminders:
> * It is not about who proposed first. If we have multiple proposals for the
> same topic, the sessions most likely will be merged.
> * We want to have a good balance of community projects vs shiny features.
> Community projects are projects that benefit the community as a whole (i.e.
> metadata service, db migration, L3 multi host).
> * Design sessions are a good way to discuss, build consensus and recruit
> others to help with implementation.
> * If you have a mini-topic make a note in your proposal. Mini-topics are
> something we'll spend around 15mins discussing.
> Here are a few of the topics that would be good candidates to discuss in
> * How can we make Quantum Simpler (™) For deployers? For developers?
> * How do we make it easier to deploy Quantum in common cases?
> * Improved Unit Testing
> * Improved Tempest Testing
> * Improved Quantum API Testing in Nova
> * Improving Quantum Documentation
> * L3
> * IPv6 Support
> * Pluggable IPAM
> * ACLs
> * richer NAT API (tcp/udp port forwarding)
> * Modular L2 and L3
> * Database Improvements (how to handle trunk chasers, model extensions)
> * Full Multi-Host L3
> * Device management and scheduling for services
> * DNS and Quantum
> * Bare-metal
> * Physical Switch Interactions
> * SR-IOV
> * VPNaaS (important to separate use cases: site-to-site, sslvpn, mpls-vpn)
> * LBaaS (how do we extend upon the foundation created in Grizzly)
> Have something that's not in the list? This list does not cover everything,
> so feel free to propose it on the summit website.
> I hope you're excited as I am for the Grizzly release, and I'm looking
> forward discussing Havana Portland,
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