Infrastructure-as-Code and CI Infrastructure at OpenStack
A look at one of the largest CI systems and system administration
Andreas works as Product Manager for SUSE.
He is part of the OpenStack documentation and infrastructure teams where he helps projects with
using the OpenStack CI infrastructure.
Andreas has been contributing to Linux for nearly 20 years. He lead the development effort to port Linux to the 64-bit x86-64 architecture
and ported the GNU C Library to x86-64. As project manager for the openSUSE distribution he helped creating open processes around
openSUSE and was responsible for releasing the distribution.
Let's look how another open source project administrates their community infrastructure and have setup their testing of software. I want to give an overview how development, documentation, and system administration at OpenStack follow the same workflow, what kind of infrastructure OpenStack uses for testing the changes and what major design decisions have been done. Also, I like to explain how system administration of the community servers is done.
Slides at http://www.slideshare.net/jaegerandi/infrastructureascode-and-ci-infrastructure-at-openstack
- 2016 June 23 11:00
- 1 h
- openSUSE Conference 2016
- Community & Project