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OSCON pretty much wound up today, with some pretty lively discussions about open source and OpenStack, and a fine party where we celebrated OpenStack's third birthday. And we got to talk some more to a broad representation of people pushing OpenStack ahead, continuing some of the conversations we posted yesterday. One inevitable result of the rapid growth in the total size …


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We're at OSCON this week, taking a dip in the warm waters of the open source motherland; a fitting place to celebrate OpenStack's third birthday. As with any social network, it's fun to connect up with the open source community off-line and in person, and there's lots to talk about. Same goes, of course, for the OpenStack cadre, and we're well …


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This post is the sixth in a continuing series of interviews with OpenStack Project Technical Leads on our Mirantis blog. Our goal is to educate the broader tech community and help them understand how they can contribute to and benefit from OpenStack. Naturally, these are opinions of the interviewee, not of Mirantis. This interview is with Anne Gentle, OpenStack Community …


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Savanna, the Hadoop on OpenStack project started by Mirantis and now also with contributions from Red Hat and Hortonworks, has now seen version 0.2 released into the wild. The Savanna project is designed to provide users with a simple means to provision a Hadoop cluster on OpenStack by specifying just a few parameters, such as the Hadoop version, the cluster topology, …


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This post is the fifth of a continuing series of interviews with OpenStack Project Technical Leads on the Mirantis blog. Our goal is to educate the broader tech community and help people understand how they can contribute to and benefit from OpenStack. Naturally, these are the opinions of the interviewee, not of Mirantis. Here the interview is with Julien Danjou, OpenStack …


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The latest stable release of OpenStack, codenamed Grizzly, revolutionizes the way user authentication works. You may have read some of the few articles available on this new authentication scheme. This post attempts to capture the full scope of this new feature. It focuses not on how Keystone issues tokens but rather the later stage, where existing tokens are used by …


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The objective of the OpenStack project is to produce an Open Source Cloud Computing platform that will meet the needs of public and private clouds by being simple to implement and massively scalable. Since OpenStack provides infrastructure as a service (IaaS) to end clients, it's necessary to be able to meter its performance and utilization for billing, benchmarking, scalability, and …


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This post is the fourth of a continuing series of interviews with OpenStack Project Technical Leads on our Mirantis blog. Our goal is to educate the broader tech community and help people understand how they can contribute to and benefit from OpenStack. Naturally, these are the opinions of the interviewee, not of Mirantis. Here the interview is with Thierry Carrez, Chair …