[Openstack-operators] Monitoring and Tools Working Group

Klein, Bradley bradley.klein at twcable.com
Tue May 26 13:47:45 UTC 2015

Thanks for the notes and moderating Graeme -- look forward to meeting on a
bi-weekly basis to stay connected!

On 5/24/15, 4:12 PM, "Graeme Gillies" <ggillies at redhat.com> wrote:

>Just wanted to provide a quick recap the Monitoring and Ops Tools
>session from Summit.
>We had good attendance and a lot of people had things to share, things
>they were interested in, and challenges they faced. As these topics are
>a lot more than can be covered by one session, a continuous working
>group was agreed to be setup by those who are interested.
>A coverage of almost all what was covered including what was talked
>about, what people are doing/what tools they are using, and what
>problems people are looking at with their current tooling is available
>in the etherpad at
>If you are interested in helping out with or participating in the
>regular Monitoring/Ops Tools discussions, please feel free to leave your
>name in the section at the bottom of the etherpad.
>As always, feel free to continue discussion about any and all of these
>topics on this list.
>Graeme Gillies
>Principal Systems Administrator
>Openstack Infrastructure
>Red Hat Australia
>OpenStack-operators mailing list
>OpenStack-operators at lists.openstack.org

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