[openstack-dev] [TripleO] [Tuskar] [UX] Infrastructure Management UI - Icehouse scoped wireframes

Jay Dobies jason.dobies at redhat.com
Thu Jan 16 14:30:36 UTC 2014

This is a really good evolution. I'm glad the wireframes are getting 
closer to what we're doing for Icehouse.

A few notes...

On page 6, what does the Provisioning Status chart reflect? The math 
doesn't add up if that's supposed to reflect the free v. deployed. That 
might just be a sample data thing, but the term "Provisioning Status" 
makes it sound like this could be tracking some sort of ongoing 
provisioning operation.

What's the distinction between the config shown on the first deployment 
page and the ones under "more options"? Is the idea that the ones on the 
overview page must be specified before the first deployment but the rest 
can be left to the defaults?

The Roles (Resource Category) subtab disappeared but the edit role 
dialog is still there. How do you get to it?

Super happy to see the progress stuff represented. I think it's a good 
first start towards handling the long running changes.

I like the addition of the Undeploy button, but since it's largely a dev 
utility it feels a bit weird being so prominent. Perhaps consider moving 
it under scale deployment; it's a variation of scaling, just scaling 
back to nothing  :)

You locked the controller count to 1 (good call for Icehouse) but still 
have incrementers on the scale page. That should also be disabled and 
hardcoded to 1, right?

On 01/16/2014 08:41 AM, Hugh O. Brock wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 16, 2014 at 01:50:00AM +0100, Jaromir Coufal wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> thanks everybody for feedback. Based on that I updated wireframes
>> and tried to provide a minimum scope for Icehouse timeframe.
>> http://people.redhat.com/~jcoufal/openstack/tripleo/2014-01-16_tripleo-ui-icehouse.pdf
>> Hopefully we are able to deliver described set of features. But if
>> you find something what is missing which is critical for the first
>> release (or that we are implementing a feature which should not have
>> such high priority), please speak up now.
>> The wireframes are very close to implementation. In time, there will
>> appear more views and we will see if we can get them in as well.
>> Thanks all for participation
>> -- Jarda
> These look great Jarda, I feel like things are coming together here.
> --Hugh

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