[openstack-dev] Message level security plans. [barbican]
arvind.tiwari at hp.com
Thu Jun 12 22:16:19 UTC 2014
Some thoughts out of the context of this email thread.
As per my understanding of Kite, it is a subset of Barbican or there might be minor gaps. If that is the true statement then what is the point of having a services with duplicate feature set? Why not port all the Kite feature to Barbican and use Barbican for message level security needs?
From: Nathan Kinder [mailto:nkinder at redhat.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 12, 2014 3:32 PM
To: openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org
Cc: Jamie Lennox
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] Message level security plans.
Jamie Lennox (cc'd) has been the main developer working on Kite. I'm sure he would appreciate you getting involved in reviews  and any other development help you're willing to contribute. Patches have slowly been landing in the kite repo. 
For others not familiar with Kite, there is the blueprint mentioned elsewhere in this thread as well as this write-up of mine:
On 06/12/2014 08:08 AM, Kelsey, Timothy Joh wrote:
> Hello OpenStack folks,
> First please allow me to introduce myself, my name is Tim Kelsey and I'm a security developer working at HP. I am very interested in projects like Kite and the work that's being undertaken to introduce message level security into OpenStack and would love to help out on that front. In an effort to ascertain the current state of development it would be great to hear from the people who are involved in this and find out what's being worked on or planned in blueprints.
> Many Thanks,
> Tim Kelsey
> Cloud Security Engineer
> HP Helion
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