Posts tagged: OpenStack

OpenStack Spectre/Meltdown FAQ

What are Meltdown and Spectre ?

Meltdown and Spectre are the brand names of a series of vulnerabilities discovered by various security researchers around performance optimization techniques built in modern CPUs. Those optimizations (involving superscalar capabilities, out-of-order execution, and speculative branch prediction) fundamentally create a side-channel that can be exploited to ...

What to expect from the Queens PTG

In less than two weeks, OpenStack upstream developers and project team members will assemble in Denver, Colorado for a week of team discussions, kickstarting the Queens development cycle.

Attending the PTG is a great way to make upstream developers more efficient and productive: participating in the new development cycle organization ...

Introducing OpenStack SIGs

Back in March in Boston, the OpenStack Board of Directors, Technical Committee, User Committee and Foundation staff members met for a strategic workshop. The goal of the workshop was to come up with a list of key issues needing attention from OpenStack leadership. One of the strategic areas that emerged ...

Using proprietary services to develop open source software

It is now pretty well accepted that open source is a superior way of producing software. Almost everyone is doing open source those days. In particular, the ability for users to look under the hood and make changes results in tools that are better adapted to their workflows. It reduces ...