[openstack-dev] [Fuel] Rewriting nailgun agent on Python proposal

Roman Prykhodchenko me at romcheg.me
Tue Mar 15 10:06:21 UTC 2016

My opition on this is that we have too many re-invented wheels in Fuel and it’s better think about replacing them with something we can re-use than re-inventing them one more time.

Let’s take a look at Ironic and try to figure out how we can use its features for the same purpose.

- romcheg
> 15 бер. 2016 р. о 10:38 Neil Jerram <Neil.Jerram at metaswitch.com> написав(ла):
> On 15/03/16 07:11, Vladimir Kozhukalov wrote:
>> Alexander,
>> We have many other places where use Ruby (astute, puppet custom types,
>> etc.). I don't think it is a good reason to re-write something just
>> because it is written in Ruby. You are right about tests, about plugins,
>> but let's look around. Ironic community has already invented discovery
>> component (btw written in python) and I can't see any reason why we
>> should continue putting efforts in nailgun agent and not try to switch
>> to ironic-inspector.
> +1 in general terms.  It's strange to me that there are so many
> OpenStack deployment systems that each do each piece of the puzzle in
> their own way (Fuel, Foreman, MAAS/Juju etc.) - and which also means
> that I need substantial separate learning in order to use all these
> systems.  It would be great to see some consolidation.
> Regards,
> 	Neil
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