Tuesday, April 16 • 3:40pm - 4:20pm
The future of state management in nova

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Likely this could be joined with http://summit.openstack.org/cfp/details/72 but I would like to focus more on the prototype that NTT and I have been working on and show the code and the architecture and discuss where to go from here to getting this code fully used throughout nova.

Talking points:
* Current architecture and thoughts on the current and future architecture of state management and how the future provides more benefits than the current status-quo.
* What has been prototyped and how far it has gotten.
* State transitions & rollbacks.
* Some fundamental changes that need to be applied...
* How this relates to conductor effort? Does it?
* What name to call this effort (people seem to get confused with anything call orchestration)?
* Where this can go from here and other feedback...
* State management in other components.
* How to get from here to there.
* How to help out!

Hopefully either code can be shown or even a demo of the prototyped code, depending on time allocated and how much time is free to show this. Mainly I would like to ensure the design that was prototyped is discussed, its benefits shown and get everyone on-board that this is the desired future way of doing things and get people involved in fixing up nova to make it be all it can be.

(Session proposed by Joshua Harlow)

Tuesday April 16, 2013 3:40pm - 4:20pm

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