[openstack-dev] [kolla] [ironic] Introducing Kayobe - Scientific OpenStack deployment using kolla

Mark Goddard mark at stackhpc.com
Thu Mar 30 09:47:31 UTC 2017


Thanks for your interest! Could you provide some information on how you'd
like to get involved (operator, developer, scientist, etc.)?

We're not currently part of the OpenStack big tent and so don't yet use the
OpenStack development processes. If we see sufficient community interest in
the project we'd love to become part of the big tent.

We use Github[1] issues for bug reporting and Github pull requests for code
reviews. The documentation[2] is a good place to start and can be built
using 'tox -e docs', with HTML output generated in doc/build/html.

For communication, let's start with email or a Google hangout chat (both
via mark at stackhpc.com). I can set up an IRC channel or similar if those
methods become cumbersome.


[1] https://github.com/stackhpc/kayobe
[2] https://github.com/stackhpc/kayobe/tree/master/doc/source

On 30 March 2017 at 10:19, 韩晓磊 <goodtuninger at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,How to join to the project.
> 2017-03-30 16:46 GMT+08:00 Mark Goddard <mark at stackhpc.com>:
>> Hi,
>> I'd like to announce Kayobe[1], a project that we at StackHPC have been
>> working on recently as we help to build out a performance prototyping
>> platform for the SKA telescope[2].
>> Kayobe is an open source tool for automating deployment of Scientific
>> OpenStack onto a set of bare metal servers. Kayobe is composed of Ansible
>> playbooks, a python module, and makes heavy use of the OpenStack kolla
>> project. Kayobe aims to complement the kolla-ansible project, providing an
>> opinionated yet highly configurable OpenStack deployment and automation of
>> many operational procedures. Further information is available in the
>> project's documentation[3].
>> In our recent blog post[4] we discuss some of the Zero Touch Provisioning
>> (ZTP) capabilities of the project that allowed us to quickly commission the
>> hardware for the SKA performance prototype platform. To achieve this,
>> Kayobe leverages ironic inspector's introspection rules and node discovery,
>> and Ansible's networking modules. We think these techniques may be
>> applicable to other deployment tools such as TripleO and would be
>> interested to share experiences and code with those communities.
>> We'd love to hear feedback from the OpenStack community on the direction
>> this project is taking, and of course encourage interested parties to get
>> involved!
>> Thanks,
>> Mark (mgoddard)
>> [1] https://github.com/stackhpc/kayobe/
>> [2] https://skatelescope.org/
>> [3] https://github.com/stackhpc/kayobe/tree/master/doc
>> [4] https://www.stackhpc.com/ironic-idrac-ztp.html
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