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Wednesday, May 20 • 1:50pm - 2:30pm
Sharing Best Practices in Setting up and Operating OpenStack CI Loops

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There are 85 registered 3rd party CI test systems registered on the OpenStack wiki. Setting up a 3rd party CI loop is relatively easy: however getting all tests to pass when you start out initially can be quite daunting. We, members of the Xen Project community, have recently embarked on setting up a CI loop to test Xen + Libvirt against Nova. We have found bugs in Xen, Libvirt, Nova and Tempest and are currently grappling with the challenges of working with against several projects with very fast development velocity. We would like to share our recent experience and invite others to share theirs, with the view of learning from each other.

Other topics we are interested in are sharing and learning on how to run and operate a 3rd party CI loop reliably (in particular if you are voting), building trust with the wider OpenStack community, how to integrating the CI loop into your own project's processes and finally seeing whether there is scope for more collaboration amongst CI loop operators.

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Stefano Stabellini

Stefano Stabellini is a Senior Principal Software Engineer at Citrix, leading a small group of open source engineers working on the Xen Project. He has been working on Xen since 2007, focusing on several different projects: from Qemu to Xen and the Linux kernel. He co-created libxenlight in November 2009 and two years later started the Xen port to ARM with Ian Campbell. | He currently maintains Xen support in Qemu, libxenlight, and Xen ARM in... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 1:50pm - 2:30pm
East Building, Room 10