Tag Archives: Openstack

OpenStack 101 at Ubuntu Party (Paris)

Today and tomorrow in Paris are Ubuntu days: this is the Ubuntu Party. A lot of workshops, conferences and good interations with Ubuntu Users / developpers made my Saturday a good day. I led a 40 minutes (too short!) session to explain what is OpenStack. If you missed it, you can find my slides here:

Why OpenStack Puppet modules did not have vacation

About OpenStack Puppet modules OpenStack has a lot of projects and all need to be configured to make an infrastructure working as we want. That means we needs one puppet module by project. Like we have in most of modules, each of them is made up of several class definitions, resource declarations, defined resources, and read more »