Tag Archives: Openstack

Scaling-up TripleO CI coverage with scenarios

TripleO CI up to eleven!

Puppet OpenStack plans for Mitaka

Our Tokyo week just ended and I really enjoyed to be at the Summit with the Puppet OpenStack folks. This blog post summarizes what we did this week and what we plan for the next release.

Reviewing Puppet OpenStack patches

Reviewing code takes to me 20% of my work. It’s a lot of time, but not too much when you look at OpenStack velocity. To be efficient, you need to understand how review process works and have the right tools in hand.

Liberty cycle retrospective in Puppet OpenStack

Things are moving very fast in OpenStack; it might be useful to take a short break and write down a little bit of retrospective; it will help to see what happened in Puppet OpenStack project during the last months.

Puppet Module Functional Testing with Vagrant, OpenStack and Beaker

During the last OpenStack Summit, I had the pleasure to participate to the Infra sessions and we agreed at how to make functional testing for both Puppet OpenStack and Puppet Infra modules, which is a real proof of collaboration between both groups. However, I met some people still wondering how to test a patch in read more »

Puppet OpenStack plans for Liberty

Our Vancouver week just ended and I think it was a very productive Summit for the Puppet OpenStack folks. This blog post summarizes what we did this week, and what we plan for the next release.

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: