Following news about the book release, Isaac Gonzalez of the OpenStack Superuser blog reached out to me to ask a few questions about the book. In the interview, he asked me about the audience for the book, how the book is laid out, the role of books like this where we now have more formal training and other valuable OpenStack resources that I have “on my shelf” for expanding OpenStack expertise.
You can read the article here: Considering OpenStack? A new book shows you how to get started
I spent this past week in Walldorf, Germany at SAP offices with my colleagues on the OpenStack Quality Assurance and Infrastructure teams.
We were able to spend time working on the next major release of Zuul, debugging on our infra-cloud (which uses the same Puppet modules as the book!), launched our statusbot-driven @OpenStackInfra Twitter bot, added more data sources and announced firehose.openstack.org and more.
Read more about the event over on my blog: OpenStack QA/Infrastructure Meetup in Walldorf