Alternatives to cloud-init (was Re: [DISCUSS] Cloud and Server Workgroup relationship)
pbrobinson at gmail.com
Fri Oct 30 11:20:36 UTC 2015
>> On Oct 29, 2015 9:30 AM, "Josh Boyer" <jwboyer at fedoraproject.org> wrote:
>>> thinking... :)
>>> > Also, one of the CentOS GSoC projects was "Flamingo" "a lightweight
>>> > contextualization tool that aims to handle initialization of cloud
>>> > instances."  Maybe this is something we could look at for F24? CC'ing
>>> > Tamer Tas, the student who worked on that. (It's targeted at being a
>>> > cloud-init replacement for Atomic, so...)
>>> >  https://github.com/tmrts/flamingo
>>> That might be nice for "get rid of python" reasons. If it had
>>> cloud-init compatibility that would be even better, since people
>>> wouldn't need to migrate their provisioning infrastructure.
>> CoreOS has built cloud-config as a Go implementation of cloud-init to get
>> around the python problem.
> Did they tell anyone they were doing that? I'm curious if we have two
> groups that could be working together here that are now duplicating
> effort simply because of lack of communication.
At least mattdm knew of it because he mentioned it to me once when I
was beating my head against the wall with it.
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