[openstack-dev] [tripleo][kolla][openstack-helm][kuryr] OpenStack on containers leaveraging kuryr

Michał Jastrzębski inc007 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 18:04:16 UTC 2017

So from kolla (and kolla-k8s) point of view, this is chicken egg problem:)
We could use kuryr for our networking, but who will deploy kuryr? We don't
have undercloud concept in any of kollas so far. With Kolla-ansible we
really use host networking all the way and for k8s we have k8s networking

That being said, deployment of kuryr with kolla is well within our mission
and well... it's there:)
https://github.com/openstack/kolla-ansible/tree/master/ansible/roles/kuryr .

If we consider tripleo case, where kuryr can be part of undercloud, we gain
bunch of new possibilities, I'd love to have this discussion.


On 9 February 2017 at 09:56, Pete Birley <pete at port.direct> wrote:

> Hi Flavio,
> I've been doing some work on packaging Kuryr for use with K8s as an
> underlay for OpenStack on Kubernetes. When we met up in Brno the Harbor
> project I showed you used Tony's old Raven Prototype to provide the network
> isolation and segmentation in K8s. I've since begun to lay the groundwork
> for OpenStack-Helm to support similar modes of operation, allowing both
> service isolation and also combined networking between OpenStack and K8s,
> where pods and VMs can co-exist on the same Neutron Networks.
> I'm not sure I will have things fully functional within OpenStack-Helm by
> the PTG, but it would be great to sit down and work out how we can ensure
> that not only do we not end up replicating work needlessly, but also find
> further opportunities to collaborate. I'll be in Atlanta all week, though I
> think some of the OS-Helm and Kolla-K8s developers will be leaving on Wed,
> would a particular day/time work best for you?
> Cheers
> Pete (portdirect)
> On Thu, Feb 9, 2017 at 8:57 AM, Flavio Percoco <flavio at redhat.com> wrote:
>> Greetings,
>> I was talking with Tony and he mentioned that he's recording a new demo
>> for
>> kuryr and, well, it'd be great to also use the containerized version of
>> TripleO
>> for the demo.
>> His plan is to have this demo out by next week and that may be too tight
>> for the
>> containerized version of TripleO (it may be not, let's try). That said, I
>> think
>> it's still a good opportunity for us to sit down at the PTG and play with
>> this a
>> bit further.
>> So, before we set a date and time for this, I wanted to extend the invite
>> to
>> other folks and see if there's some interest. It be great to also have
>> folks
>> from Kolla and openstack-helm joining.
>> Looking forward to hearing ideas and hacking with y'all,
>> Flavio
>> --
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>> Flavio Percoco
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