Welcome to the Short Stack, our regular feature where we search for the most intriguing OpenStack news. These links may come from traditional publications or company blogs, but if it’s about OpenStack, we’ll find the best ones.
Here are our latest links:
The OpenStack Summit Austin unveils new content, events, training | OpenStack Superuser
The OpenStack Summit Austin is approaching quickly, and the OpenStack Foundation shared what new developments await attendees. With 20 tracks and over 400 sessions, this spring’s Summit will include telecom testimonials, containers sessions, and on-site training. OpenStack Academy exams will be available on site, and attendees can also participate in StackCity Austin, Tuesday evening’s community festival.
This week, Talligent released the results of their inaugural 2016 State of OpenStack report. This independent survey examined specific barriers and driving forces behind OpenStack adoption. The report included responses from over 600 virtualization and cloud IT leaders worldwide. The majority of respondents say that they see the use of OpenStack to grow beyond development environments in the next year.
What eBay looks like under the hood | InfoWorld
Eric Knorr offers a look into the infrastructure of eBay’s architecture, technologies, and best practices. As one of the world’s largest e-commerce operations, CTO Steve Fisher said eBay uses microservices architecture rather than a monolithic design. Being one of the largest OpenStack users in the world, the keys to making eBay’s OpenStack environment work was dedicating the time and the right team to the project.
OpenStack Infrastructure: Jenkins Jobs | ABregman.com
In a recent blog post, Arie Bregman described the challenges that newcomers to OpenStack must face when trying to navigate OpenStack Infrastructure. He offers advice on submitting and merging patches in OpenStack, explores gate jobs, and defines the process of executing jobs when running tests. Bregman also gives beginners tips on how to follow along with the job execution.
In this episode of the OpenStack:Unlocked podcast, hosts Nick Chase and John Jaischigg talked to Alex Polvi, the CEO of CoreOS. According to Polvi, CoreOS seeks to provide internet security using an infrastructure that involves distributed systems, containers, and commodity hardware.
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