Mitaka Series Release Notes

Mitaka Series Release Notes

2.0.3

New Features

  • use dumb-init to manage the pid 1 process

2.0.0

Prelude

This release is production ready for real world field deployments. This release has been tested on a 64 ndoe 13 TB ram 2600 core cluster as well as numerous co-beta sites evaluating Kolla.

New Features

  • Start using reno.
  • Named volumes used throughout kolla to remove data loss scenario with data containers.
  • Introduction of kolla_docker ansible module to decouple Kolla from Ansible’s slow release schedule for Ansible’s docker module.
  • Upgrade of all OpenStack services implemented.
  • Upgrade of all infrastructure services implemented.
  • Reconfigure running OpenStack services with new configuration.
  • Network interface for control and compute nodes configurable.
  • Usage of rabbitmq clusterer for cluster management of rabbitmq.
  • Diagnostics system introduced based upon Heka, Elastic Search, and Kibana.
  • Nearly all containners drop root privileges for improved security.
  • Isolation of internal and external API networks.
  • TLS implementation for the external network.
  • Audit logs significantly improved.
  • Custom repositories may be specified in the base image.
  • New big tent service Manila.
  • All Neutron containers converted to thin containers.
  • Pin Ceph to hammer version.
  • Source installations now deploy from a virtual environment in the containers
  • Addtion of build profiles.
  • Upgrade to docker 1.10.z.
  • Deployment speed improvement of 500%.
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