How to Partner with the OpenStack Community

OpenStack

Partnerships are two way relationships. Care and feeding of a partnership is critical. It is important to understand what your partner expects from the relationship. If we take the relationship seriously, then our partners will also take our involvement seriously. The very short version, we have to give respect, in order to get respect.

My take on OpenStack projects, Congress

OpenStack

This is the first of a ten part series on OpenStack projects. There are critical OpenStack projects that get a bit lost in the noise. I aim to highlight why these projects are important and how you can get involved.

@OpenStack TripleO mid-cycle sprint was a success @Yahoo

OpenStack

We had the pleasure of hosting the TripleO team at Yahoo for the week. Joshua Harlow and Ruby Loo personally hosted and worked with Robert Collins and team. I’m glad we are starting up these in-person project gatherings. Code quality goes up and projects are more ready for the design summit. Pleia2’s first person rundown […]

OpenStack community training

OpenStack

The OpenStack community training project  has been working since July 2013 to provide a structured training program to enable skill development for maintaining, consuming, and contributing to OpenStack.