[openstack-dev] RE : [Nova] [Climate] Reservation service called Climate
dbelova at mirantis.com
Thu Nov 7 05:04:36 UTC 2013
I think that's some kind of typo in
https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/NovaIcehouseSummitUnconference - there is
1:30 PM time there for the Friday.
On Thu, Nov 7, 2013 at 12:13 PM, Sylvain Bauza <Sylvain.Bauza at bull.net>wrote:
> Being at my first summit, I haven't noticed there were Nova unconference
> timeslots for discussing various stuff. My bad.
> I proposed tomorrow 1.50pm to discuss around the reservation service
> itself and how we plan to use host aggregates (or pclouds) for our needs.
> *De :* Sylvain Bauza [Sylvain.Bauza at bull.net]
> *Date d'envoi :* mercredi 6 novembre 2013 10:47
> *À :* openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org
> *Objet :* [openstack-dev] [Nova] [Climate] Reservation service called
> During the Design session
> https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/NovaIcehouse-Instance-Group-API we
> discussed the fact that this is not the role of Nova for doing atomic
> reservations in order to ensure the user needs will be met.
> I raised the point (and sorry for my bad accent, was stressy) that we're
> already trying to provide a reservation system for Openstack, called
> Climate (a Stackforge project).
> I would really like to discuss with you all, Nova community, about the
> reservation system and ensure that we, at Climate, are on the good path.
> Climate is planning to reserve both virtual instances and physical hosts,
> but for the discussion we had, only physical hosts usecase is relevant.
> We had an unconference session today at 2pm, I can share you the slides :
> (please focus on slides 11-14, they're talking on the design for host
> All the code is located on Stackforge, but please note the most important
> part of physical host reservations is still under review there :
> (We're missing reviewers, by the way !)
> I'm open to discuss and waiting your thoughts,
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