[openstack-dev] [glare][kolla] timing of release of glare and request for technical interview on IRC wherever the glare team wants to have it
Steven Dake (stdake)
stdake at cisco.com
Mon Aug 8 11:48:36 UTC 2016
Cool thanks for the response. Appreciate it. I think the big take away is all the ODMs are free from churn in Newton and have a full cycle to adapt to the changes which is great news!
From: Mikhail Fedosin <mfedosin at mirantis.com<mailto:mfedosin at mirantis.com>>
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Date: Monday, August 8, 2016 at 3:09 AM
To: "OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)" <openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org<mailto:openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org>>
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [glare][kolla] timing of release of glare and request for technical interview on IRC wherever the glare team wants to have it
Our plans for Glare in Newton are: 1. Implement beta version of App-Catalog, based on Glare v1; 2. Develop an experimental support (POC) for Murano, Heat and probably Tacker. It means that all big updates will be in Ocata, and despite the fact that the code will be ready in this cycle, I do not think we need an immediate adoption in Kolla.
And for sure, I'll be glad to answer all your questions, 1600 UTC today works for me. So, let's meet at this time in your channel.
On Sat, Aug 6, 2016 at 2:21 PM, Steven Dake (stdake) <stdake at cisco.com<mailto:stdake at cisco.com>> wrote:
I guess the split of glare and glance have been in the works for awhile. It is challenging for operational deployment managers (ODMs) such as Kolla to keep up with the internal goings-on of every big tent project (or projects that shave off from big-tent projects). Just to be clear up front, the Kolla community doesn't care that glare split the work out. The Kolla development team adapts very quickly to upstream changes. What we do care about is that we present an accurate deployment for Newton that represents the best that OpenStack has to offer and offer a seamless operational experience - within Kolla's capacity constraints.
I need information on when the code base will be ready to consume (from a tarball on tarballs.oo). Is this planned for milestone 3 - or post Newton? I'd recommend post-Newton for the split to be consumable - it would ease the difficulty of adoption if the various ODMs (and Operators) had more then 3 weeks to work with on what is clearly a project required by every deployment based upon the threads I read.
I have some other technical questions related to how the glance registry disappears (I believe this point was mentioned in another thread by Jay) as well as the upgrade mechanism (if any is needed) that would best be served by a high bandwidth conversation on IRC (and those conversations are recorded on eavesdrop for others to benefit).
Would one of the technical cats from glare team drop by #opentack-kolla so we can get a quick (30 minutes) technical interview on the work to understand how this change impacts OpenStack in the short term (prior to Newton) and the long term layout of the two projects so we can make a determination a to how to proceed technically? I don't necessarily need to be there - any of our core reviewer team can handle the Q&A - but would like to be there if possible.
If that doesn't work for the glare team, could we get 30 minutes of agenda time in what I'm sure is a busy glare team meeting to have the same technical discussion?
If that doesn't work for the glare team, we can host the topic in the kolla team meeting (UTC1600 on Wednesdays) if a glare core reviewer or the glare PTL can stop by.
Please let me know how you wish to proceed.
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