[openstack-dev] [ResMgmt SIG]Proposal to form Resource Management SIG

Alex Xu soulxu at gmail.com
Fri Jan 19 02:14:08 UTC 2018

++, I also want to join this party :)

2018-01-09 8:40 GMT+08:00 Zhipeng Huang <zhipengh512 at gmail.com>:

> Agree 100% to avoid regular meeting and it is better to have bi-weekly
> email report. Meeting should be arranged event based, and I think given the
> status of OpenStack community's work on resource provider, mostly what we
> need to do is attend k8s meetings (sig-scheduler, wg-resource-management,
> etc.)
> BTW for the RM SIG proposed here, let's not limit the scope to k8s only
> since we might have broader collaborative efforts happening in the future.
> k8s is our first primary target community to sync up with.
> On Tue, Jan 9, 2018 at 4:12 AM, Jay Pipes <jaypipes at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 01/08/2018 12:26 PM, Zhipeng Huang wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> With the maturing of resource provider/placement feature landing in
>>> OpenStack in recent release, and also in light of Kubernetes community
>>> increasing attention to the similar effort, I want to propose to form a
>>> Resource Management SIG as a contact point for OpenStack community to
>>> communicate with Kubernetes Resource Management WG[0] and other related
>>> SIGs.
>>> The formation of the SIG is to provide a gathering of similar interested
>>> parties and establish an official channel. Currently we have already
>>> OpenStack developers actively participating in kubernetes discussion (e.g.
>>> [1]), we would hope the ResMgmt SIG could further help such activities and
>>> better align the resource mgmt mechanism, especially the data modeling
>>> between the two communities (or even more communities with similar desire).
>>> I have floated the idea with Jay Pipes and Chris Dent and received
>>> positive feedback. The SIG will have a co-lead structure so that people
>>> could spearheading in the area they are most interested in. For example for
>>> me as Cyborg dev, I will mostly lead in the area of acceleration[2].
>>> If you are also interested please reply to this thread, and let's find a
>>> efficient way to form this SIG. Efficient means no extra unnecessary
>>> meetings and other undue burdens.
>> +1
>> From the Nova perspective, the scheduler meeting (which is Mondays at
>> 1400 UTC) is the primary meeting where resource tracking and accounting
>> issues are typically discussed.
>> Chris Dent has done a fabulous job recording progress on the resource
>> providers and placement work over the last couple releases by issuing
>> status emails to the openstack-dev@ mailing list each Friday.
>> I think having a bi-weekly cross-project (or even cross-ecosystem if
>> we're talking about OpenStack+k8s) status email reporting any big events in
>> the resource tracking world would be useful. As far as regular meetings for
>> a resource management SIG, I'm +0 on that. I prefer to have targeted
>> topical meetings over regular meetings.
>> Best,
>> -jay
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