We are excited about the final release of OpenStack Icehouse. Since the Icehouse Design Summit in Hong-Kong the team of contributors added a new integrated component (Trove), completed more than 350 feature blueprints and fixed almost 3000 reported bugs. So, what’s new (read: updated) in OpenStack 2014.1?
Find source code and a complete lists of features and bug fixes, for each integrated project:
Nova (cloud computing fabric controller), Swift (Object Storage), Glance (Image Service), Neutron (Networking), Cinder (Block Storage), Keystone (Identity), Horizon (Dashboard), Ceilometer (Telemetry), Heat (Orchestration) and Trove (Database Service).
The OpenStack Icehouse Release Notes contain an overview of the key features, as well as upgrade notes and current lists of known issues.
Bodo Kaiser likes to get a bit of both worlds when hosting his node apps. Which worlds? Well, that of a PaaS environment and the virtual machine. Going with Arch Linux – where one does not ‘have to bother with a lot of configuration’ – and nginx to have multiple subdomains on one server, Bodo deployed his classic Hello World app live.
The happy lady bottom left is Sara. She very much enjoyed the meetup.
Bodo has got it all written down for you. He threw in a little extra for the Berlin.js crowd talking about
git clone --bare LINK and how to execute different hook scripts. (more…)