cloud-init Summit 2019

21 October 2019
cloud-init summit

seattle market

Last month the cloud-init development team from Canonical ran our third annual two-day summit. Attendees included cloud developers from Amazon, Cisco, Microsoft, Google, and Oracle, as well as the maintainers of cloud-init from Amazon Linux, SUSE, Red Hat, and Ubuntu.

The purpose of this two-day event is to meet with contributors, demo recent developments, present future plans, resolve outstanding issues, and collect additional feedback on the past year.

Like last year, the even was held in Seattle, Washington. A special thanks goes to Amazon for providing breakfast and lunch while hosting us!

Topics and Decisions

Here are summary of some of the topics discussed during the sprint:

Working Sessions

During the summit, we took time to have merge review and bug squashing time. During this time, attendees came with outstanding bugs to discuss possible fixes as well as go through outstanding merge requests and get live reviews.

another talk

Thank you!

As always a huge thank you to the community for attending! The summit was a great time to see many contributors face-to-face as well as collect feedback for cloud-init development.

Notes of both days can be found on the cloud-init mailing list. There you will find additional details about what I have described above and much more.

Finally, if you are interested in following or getting involved in cloud-init development check out #cloud-init on Freenode or subscribe to the cloud-init mailing list.

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