[kata-dev] Today's OpenInfra News
sunny at openstack.org
Sun Jan 31 19:57:55 UTC 2021
I’m happy to reach out since I have his contact on WeChat. It’s really exciting that they are planning to use Kata in production this year, and I’d love to hear more.
Open Infrastructure Foundation
sunny at openstack.org
> On Jan 30, 2021, at 6:08 AM, Ariel Adam <aadam at redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone.
> The following blog was published by Li Ning from China mobiles on kata containers:
> https://medium.com/kata-containers/exploration-and-practice-of-performance-tuning-for-kata-containers-2-0-85055d29e8b5 <https://medium.com/kata-containers/exploration-and-practice-of-performance-tuning-for-kata-containers-2-0-85055d29e8b5>
> Would anyone happen to know Li Ning or other relevant people from China mobile to ask them to join one of our weekly architecture meetings and discuss the use cases they see for kata containers in production?
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> Date: Thu, Jan 28, 2021 at 6:34 PM
> Subject: Today's OpenInfra News
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> Welcome to the Open Infrastructure (OpenInfra) Community Newsletter, a digest of the latest developments and activities across OpenInfra projects, events, and users!
> 2020 OpenInfra Foundation Annual Report
> Despite being a very different year than most, the OpenInfra community, which has over 110,000 community members, made it a productive and successful year. 2020 was the start of the next decade of OpenInfra tackling challenges including hardware diversification, deployment diversification, government regulations like data sovereignty, and the availability of more open source than ever.
> Each community member, working group, SIG, and contributor was instrumental in continuing to support the OpenInfra Foundation's mission: building open source communities who write software that runs in production. The 2020 Annual Report was published today highlighting the achievements across the community and the goals for the year ahead.
> Let’s break down some of the highlights of last year:
> The OpenStack Foundation has taken the next step in its ongoing evolution by becoming the OpenInfra Foundation to support open infrastructure for a market estimated at $20 billion USD.
> Over 60 global organizations joined in establishing the OpenInfra Foundation to build the next decade of infrastructure for AI, 5G and edge computing, including Platinum Members Ant Group, AT&T, Ericsson, FiberHome, Huawei, Red Hat, Wind River, Tencent, and Facebook.
> OpenStack, one of the top three most active open source projects with 15 million cores in production, marked its 10th anniversary in July 2020
> The OpenInfra Foundation shared its support for the Magma project, announced OpenInfra Labs as its newest pilot project and confirmed StarlingX as a top-level Open Infrastructure project.
> The OpenInfra community became more accessible internationally through the first virtual OpenInfra Summit that gathered 10,000 attendees from 120+ different countries to discuss more than 30 open source projects.
> The OpenInfra Foundation would like to extend a huge thanks to the global community for all of the work that went into 2020 and is continuing in 2021 to help people build and operate OpenInfra. Check out the full OpenInfra Foundation 2020 Annual Report and join us <https://t.e2ma.net/click/yw5vyc/io0p6s/ayepsp> to build the next decade of OpenInfra!
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> This week, the 2021 OpenInfra Board of Directors met for the first time, onboarding new members and thanking the members who served last year. Allison Randal was elected Board Chair, and you can learn here <https://t.e2ma.net/click/yw5vyc/io0p6s/mbhpsp> about the new board as they start the next decade of OpenInfra.
> The OpenInfra Foundation is helping the Magma community organize its Magma Developers Conference <https://t.e2ma.net/click/yw5vyc/io0p6s/23hpsp> on February 3. The virtual event is free to attend and participants can expect to hear about the Magma development roadmap, including the upcoming 1.4 release, as well as use cases in production.
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> Airship Container as a Service
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> General Availability of Airship 2.0 is on track for release in Q1.
> The speed of containers, the security of VMs
> Kata Containers was represented at the Cloud Native Infrastructures Meetup in Beijing.
> Learn about why China Mobile Cloud selected Kata Containers as its security containers, and some performance tuning exploration and optimization ideas for Kata on Kata blogs <https://t.e2ma.net/click/yw5vyc/io0p6s/a2lpsp>.
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> Placement has been moved back under Nova’s governance <https://t.e2ma.net/click/yw5vyc/io0p6s/udspsp>. The Placement project had tried to use the new distributed project leadership model <https://t.e2ma.net/click/yw5vyc/io0p6s/a6spsp> that the TC put in place last release, but due to the small team size and overlap with those involved with Nova, it was concluded that it would be better to move Placement back under Nova’s governance.
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> Stop Merging Broken Code
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> James E. Blair <https://t.e2ma.net/click/yw5vyc/io0p6s/i4wpsp> is reconfirmed as the Zuul Project Lead for 2021, continuing to serve as a central point of contact for the project, and to guide the consensus-driven decision making process on which the community relies.
> The Zuul Maintainers reached agreement on a new specification for a solution to locally reproduce job builds <https://t.e2ma.net/click/yw5vyc/io0p6s/ywxpsp>.
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