[openstack-dev] [Quantum] Extracting DNS from Nova into a service or Quantum

JC Martin jcmartin at ebaysf.com
Tue Sep 25 16:33:19 UTC 2012


You are not late, we are just planing the party and sending invites.
I have confirmed with the Grid Dynamics folks that they will be at the
summit too.
The session has not been approved yet, but in any case, we will do a
corridor meeting if necessary.


On 9/25/12 9:02 AM, "Andrew Bogott" <abogott at wikimedia.org> wrote:

>JC --
>My apologies for arriving late to this party :)  I wrote the DNS code
>that's currently in Nova, and I have a long-neglected item on my todo
>list that reads 'Move floating-ip-dns into quantum'.
>I'll be sure to show up at the session you've scheduled for San Diego.
>If manpower is an issue, I'm happy to contribute to/do all of the coding
>for this.  I should be able to start on it more or less immediately
>after the conference.
>On 9/18/12 1:03 PM, Martin, JC wrote:
>> Team,
>> 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,
>> Thanks,
>> JC.
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