Thursday, April 18 • 9:00am - 9:40am
Continuous-deployment for upstream Openstack

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Continuous deployment - the production version of the well known continual integration process - is very appealing to large deployers: it reduces the time to roll out security patches and reduces the risk of each production push.

However, CD isn't something that can be bolted on - like CI it requires the upstream code change process to support it (for instance, with CI the test suite has to be fast enough to run per-commit).

With CD trunk has to be always deployable, be able to run stably with skewed service versions and for DB migrations to be extremely fast.

In this session I want to get the ball rolling on us stepping up to CD from our current CI system, for at least all the core projects.

I expect this to involve assessing how much interest there is from contributors, as well as technical discussion on the logistics and overheads of delivering a CD ready trunk.

(Session proposed by Robert Collins)

Thursday April 18, 2013 9:00am - 9:40am

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