[openstack-dev] [Congress][Delegation] Initial workflow design

Tim Hinrichs thinrichs at vmware.com
Mon Mar 2 17:45:48 UTC 2015

Hi Ramki,

Good suggestion.  I added a paragraph at the top of the doc in the Overview section to explain what Delegation means and mentioned that some policies won’t be delegated.


On Feb 26, 2015, at 3:15 PM, Ramki Krishnan <ramk at Brocade.com<mailto:ramk at Brocade.com>> wrote:

Hi Tim, All,

The document is in great shape! Any global policies such as those impacting compute and network (e.g. CPU utilization and network bandwidth utilization) would be handled in Congress and not delegated. It would be worthwhile to capture this.


From: Tim Hinrichs [mailto:thinrichs at vmware.com]
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Hi all,

I made a heavy editing pass of the Delegation google doc, incorporating many of your comments and my latest investigations into VM-placement.  I left the old stuff in place at the end of the doc and put the new stuff at the top.

My goal was to propose an end-to-end workflow for a PoC that we could put together quickly to help us explore the delegation interface.  We should iterate on this design until we have something that we think is workable.   And by all means pipe up if you think we need a totally different starting point to begin the iteration.

(BTW I'm thinking of the integration with solver-scheduler as a long-term solution to VM-placement, once we get the delegation interface sorted out.)



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