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OpenStack “Liberty,” due for imminent release, represents the 12th release of the open source com...
OpenStack “Liberty,” due for imminent release, represents the 12th release of the open source computing platform for public and private clouds. Recent OpenStack releases have focused on improving stability and enhancing the operator experience. This is still the case with Liberty, but there are still new features to consider.
Join Sean Cohen and Steve Gordon to review notable features of this new OpenStack release, including:
Network quality of service (QoS) support via a new extensible API for dynamically defining per-port and per-network QoS policies.
Mark host down API enhancement in support of external high-availability solutions, including pacemaker, providing resilient instances in the event of compute node failure.
Enhanced Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) support including dashboard integration, Ipsilon, and OpenID Connect support.
Role-based access control (RBAC) for networks, providing fine-grained permissions for sharing networks between tenants.
Dashboard support for database-as-a-service (Trove), subnet allocation, floating IP assignment, and volume migration.
Generic volume migration—adding the ability to migrate workloads from iSCSI to non-iSCSI back ends.
New Cinder replication API to allow block level replication between back ends.
Nondisruptive backup to allow backup while the volume is still attached, by performing backup from a temporary attached snapshot.
New Image signing and encryption to guarantee integrity by supporting signing and signature validation of bootable images.
In addition we’ll discuss the state of emerging projects including Manila and Zaqar.