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Tuesday, May 19 • 11:15am - 11:55am
How to Configure your Cloud and Tempest for Interoperability Testing

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One of the most important promises of OpenStack is compatability and interoperability between private and public clouds. You can check how compliant your OpenStack deployment is by running Tempest against it and comparing the results to a known set of capabilities, like those listed by Defcore.

However, configuring Tempest, and configuring your cloud to work with Tempest, can be challenging for operators. In this talk we will show how you can use the refstack-client to automate your Tempest installation, what users and networks need to be in your cloud for testing, and the essential parameters to set in you tempest.conf to have a successful run.

The aim is to take the confusion and mystery out of Tempest and help you make interoperability testing a powerful tool for your operations toolkit.


Catherine Diep

Solutions Architect and Performance Engineer, IBM Cloud Business Unit
Catherine Diep is a Solutions Architect and Performance Engineer with IBM Cloud Business Unit at the Silicon Valley Lab. Her responsibilities include providing technical leadership for proof-of-concept, scalability design & testing. Catherine is the PTL of the Refstack project for the Liberty cycle.
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Chris Hoge

Interop Engineer, OpenStack Foundation, OpenStack Foundation
Chris Hoge is the Interop Engineer for The OpenStack Foundation, focusing on interoperability testing and third party continuous integration testing. Formerly at Puppet Labs he lead the stackforge/puppet-openstack, one of the most popular tools for deploying and maintaining OpenStack deployments. He got his start in the OpenStack world operating a research Essex/Folsom installation at the University of Oregon for the College of Arts and... Read More →

Tuesday May 19, 2015 11:15am - 11:55am
Room 205/206/207