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Thursday, October 29 • 1:50pm - 2:30pm
Neutron: Scalability, operability and reliability pain points

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In this session we will identify pain points in the Neutron Liberty release.
Focus on short-term areas of improvement that must be addressed in the
next cycle to improve usability and make users/operators are happier.
The objective of the session is to go home with an idea of the working group
that is going to drive the feature to completion and an idea of which direction
in which they want to proceed. Some larger topics may come up and be noted
on the etherpad but discussion for those should probably start on the mailing list,
a Neutron team meeting, or some other venue.

This is part of the Neutron 'Next' track series.

Who is this session for:

This is a Neutron session for OpenStack/Neutron users, if you are not running/using
OpenStack Neutron on a daily basis, you'll find these sessions interesting, but nothing
deciced here has an impact on you. However, if you have just started getting your hands
dirty, a fresh perspective like yours is welcome to the discussion. Save the long-term
aspects for the track below.

Relevant tracks:
'Labs' track

Next track theme:
Topics are well-known pain-points, or short-term areas of improvement that must be addressed
in the next cycle to improve usability and make users/operators are happier. New tangential features
or minor incremental improvement to existing features that require some design discussion or
more elaborated scoping are typically things we talk about during these sessions.
The objective of the session is to go home with an idea of the working group that is going to
drive the feature to completion and an idea of which direction they want to go down to.
Typically these activities are more elaborated effort that require more than a couple of folks
to get it to a meaningful momentum.

etherpad

Chair: carl_baldwin

Thursday October 29, 2015 1:50pm - 2:30pm
Crown room
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