[kuryr] vPTG April 2021
mdulko at redhat.com
Fri Apr 23 10:43:09 UTC 2021
The Kuryr PTG sessions ended today. Here's a high level summary of the
* We've did a retrospective of the Wallaby cycle. Turns out quite a
lot got implemented with highlights like support for SCTP, multiple
nodes subnets and services without selectors, as well as stabilizing
the e2e network policy gate. Some of those contributions were done
by Outreachy intern Tabitha, which I see as a great success.
* We had some Outreachy applicants present this time too. We've talked
about the pain points of starting contribution to the project. This
mainly focuses on problems with setting up a VM with DevStack and
resources required to run it.
* There was a discussion about having an OpenShift 4.x gate in kuryr-
kubernetes. There are multiple challenges here, the main being
access to a cloud able to run OpenShift 4.x + Kuryr.
* A go-ahead was given for OpenShift 3.11 support in DevStack. The
main argument is that current kuryr-kubernetes cannot work with so
ancient K8s API version.
* It was decided that we're going to default our CI gates to use OVN +
ovn-octavia-provider instead of ovs + Amphora and enable network
policy support. This is mainly triggered by Neutron team switching
the DevStack's default to OVN.
* With work switching DevStack plugin to use kubeadm progressing we
see opportunity to test multiple K8s versions in the gate.
* Regarding dual stack feature we discussed design detail of Endpoints
vs EndpointSlices problem and decided that we might need to just
support both and let Kuryr decide which has more important
Full notes can be found in etherpad .
On Wed, 2021-03-31 at 09:57 -0300, Maysa De Macedo Souza wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> The April 20nd session needed to be rescheduled to April 23rd at the
> same time.
> Feel free to include any topic that is desired to be discussed at the
> Kuryr etherpad.
>  https://etherpad.opendev.org/p/xena-ptg-kuryr
> On Mon, Mar 22, 2021 at 3:40 PM Maysa De Macedo Souza
> <mdemaced at redhat.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Two sessions were scheduled for Kuryr on the upcoming PTG:
> > - 7-8 UTC on April 20
> > - 2-3 UTC on April 22
> > Everyone is more than welcome to join the sessions and check our
> > future plans, give feedback or discuss anything regarding Kuryr.
> > Even though participation is free registration is needed.
> > Regards,
> > Maysa Macedo.
> >  https://april2021-ptg.eventbrite.com
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