[Openstack-operators] [stable][all] Keeping Juno "alive" for longer.

Mark Baker mark.baker at canonical.com
Sat Nov 7 01:16:10 UTC 2015

Certainly the aim is to support upgrades between LTS releases.
Getting a meaningful keynote slot at an OpenStack summit is more of a

On 6 Nov 2015 9:27 pm, "Jonathan Proulx" <jon at csail.mit.edu> wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 06, 2015 at 05:28:13PM +0000, Mark Baker wrote:
> :Worth mentioning that OpenStack releases that come out at the same time
> :Ubuntu LTS releases (12.04 + Essex, 14.04 + Icehouse, 16.04 + Mitaka) are
> :supported for 5 years by Canonical so are already kind of an LTS. Support
> :in this context means patches, updates and commercial support (for a
> :For paying customers 3 years of patches, updates and commercial support
> :April releases, (Kilo, O, Q etc..) is also available.
> <sarcasm>
> And Canonical will support a live upgarde directly from Essex to
> Icehouse and Icehouse to Mitaka?
> I'd love to see Shuttleworth do that that as a live keynote, but only
> on a system with at least hundres on nodes and many VMs...
> </ sarcasm>
> That's where LTS falls down conceptually we're struggling to make
> single release upgrades work at this point.
> I do agree LTS for release would be great but honestly OpenStack isn't
> Mature enough for that yet.
> -Jon
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