[Openstack-operators] Draft Agenda for PAO Ops Meetup (August 18, 19)

JJ Asghar jj at chef.io
Mon Aug 3 18:01:00 UTC 2015

On 8/3/15 11:00 AM, David Medberry wrote:
> I think planning for people to leave early is a very poor idea.
> Planning to make sure things that need to get done first is fine though.
> Let's not think of the second day as a partial day.
Oh i get this. But the harsh reality is that, that's what happens. At
both San Antonio and Philly, people used "I have to catch my flight" an
the excuse to leave after lunch on the second day. And having the
Monitoring and Tooling talk with a larger group is better then a smaller
group. Having a constructive conversation around how different operators
check the health of their clouds seems like everyone could benefit.

This is a topic veteran and beginner Operators can learn from and
contribute to, even if there is a chance that we just rehash the same
things over and over.

> On Mon, Aug 3, 2015 at 9:49 AM, JJ Asghar <jj at chef.io
> <mailto:jj at chef.io>> wrote:
>     On 8/3/15 5:48 AM, Tom Fifield wrote:
>>     Hi all,
>>     Registrations are going well for our meetup in Palo Alto. If
>>     you're on the fence, hopefully this discussion will get you
>>     quickly over the line so you don't miss out!
>>     http://www.eventbrite.com/e/openstack-ops-mid-cycle-meetup-tickets-17703258924
>>     So, I've taken our suggestions and attempted to wrangle them into
>>     something that would fit in the space we have over 2 days.
>>     As a reminder, we have two different kind of sessions - General
>>     Sessions, which are discussions for the operator community aimed
>>     to produce actions (eg best practices, feedback on badness),
>>     and**Working groups**focus on specific topics aiming to make
>>     concrete progress on tasks in that area.
>>     As always, some stuff has been munged and mangled in an attempt
>>     to fit it in. For example, we'd expect to talk about Kolla more
>>     generally in the context of "Using Containers for Deployment",
>>     because there are some other ways to do that too. Similarly, we'd
>>     expect the "ops project" discussion to be rolled into the session
>>     on the user committee.
>>     Anyway, take a look at the below and reply with your comments! Is
>>     anything missing? Something look like a terrible idea? Want to
>>     completely change the room layout? There's still a little bit of
>>     flexibility at this stage.
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