[openstack-dev] Introducing the new OpenStack service for Containers
stuart at demonware.net
Mon Nov 18 22:28:07 UTC 2013
Not having been at the summit (maybe the next one), could somebody give a really short explanation as to why it needs to be a separate service?
It sounds like it should fit within the Nova area. It is, after all, just another hypervisor type, or so it seems.
(I can’t find the justification on the OS site)
Manager, Systems Engineering
On Nov 18, 2013, at 2:05 PM, Sam Alba <sam.alba at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> As some of you already know - in Hong-Kong during the last OpenStack
> Summit - we ran a design session in the Nova topic titled "Docker
> support in OpenStack". The session concluded in developing a new
> OpenStack service for supporting containers instead of modifying Nova
> to support both VMs and containers.
> As said earlier, I am proposing a first draft of the spec for the
> service. I've explicitly CC'ed all people who signed up at the end of
> the design session.
> Here is it: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/containers-service
> Once we agree on the HTTP API and on the plugin API, the idea is to
> implement a first simple version that would support mono-host. Then it
> would evolve in multi-host really quickly by adding a scheduler and a
> messaging layer (more details in the etherpad).
> Please have a look if you're interested in using Containers (and
> Docker) in OpenStack.
> Thanks Russell for giving some early feedback.
> Also, Krishna Raman from RedHat already gave a first shot at drafting
> the Rest API:
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