[openstack-dev] [Quantum][Nova] Extracting DNS from Nova into a service or Quantum
Kiall Mac Innes
kiall at managedit.ie
Tue Sep 18 19:38:57 UTC 2012
I've been working on a generic "DNS as a Service" which is loosely tied
into OpenStack for our own use, and for one of our clients. I'm probably a
week away from releasing the initial version..
The initial goals are to start with a basic DNS service integrated with
keystone, followed by integration with other services (e.g. reverse DNS for
Nova and Quantum IPs, round robin A records based on security groups etc).
I would love to see some collaboration around that once I get it out there!
On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 7:41 PM, JC Martin <jcmartin at ebaysf.com> wrote:
> I did not find any reference to a previous discussion on this topic. I
> would like to see if there is any interest in considering splitting DNS
> from Nova into its own service or into Quantum. I am aware of the nova-dns
> service developed by Grid Dynamics, and the current Nova implementation,
> and they would be a good base.
> I believe that there is value in linking more closely IP address
> Management, DHCP and DNS provisioning which are, today, in Quantum. This
> would also allow for opening the door for a more generic purpose DNS as a
> Service capability, where tenants may even manage DNS resources that are
> not in the realm hosted and managed by openstack.
> If there is support, we are willing to make this happen or collaborate
> with any project currently working on something similar.
> Let me know,
> OpenStack-dev mailing list
> OpenStack-dev at lists.openstack.org
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