[openstack-dev] [keystone][nova][ironic][heat] Do we want a BM/VM room at the PTG?

Jim Rollenhagen jim at jimrollenhagen.com
Tue Jan 30 16:03:14 UTC 2018

On Tue, Jan 30, 2018 at 10:33 AM, Colleen Murphy <colleen at gazlene.net>

> At the last PTG we had some time on Monday and Tuesday for
> cross-project discussions related to baremetal and VM management. We
> don't currently have that on the schedule for this PTG. There is still
> some free time available that we can ask for[1]. Should we try to
> schedule some time for this?

I'd attend for the topics you list below, FWIW.

> From a keystone perspective, some things we'd like to talk about with
> the BM/VM teams are:
> - Unified limits[2]: we now have a basic REST API for registering
> limits in keystone. Next steps are building out libraries that can
> consume this API and calculate quota usage and limit allocation, and
> developing models for quotas in project hierarchies. Input from other
> projects is essential here.
> - RBAC: we've introduced "system scope"[3] to fix the admin-ness
> problem, and we'd like to guide other projects through the migration.
> - Application credentials[4]: this main part of this work is largely
> done, next steps are implementing better access control for it, which
> is largely just a keystone team problem but we could also use this
> time for feedback on the implementation so far
> There's likely some non-keystone-related things that might be at home
> in a dedicated BM/VM room too. Do we want to have a dedicated day or
> two for these projects? Or perhaps not dedicated days, but
> planned-in-advance meeting time? Or should we wait and schedule it
> ad-hoc if we feel like we need it?

There's always plenty to discuss between nova and ironic, but we usually
just schedule those topics somewhat ad-hoc. Never opposed to some
dedicated time if folks will show up, though. :)

// jim
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