Entries tagged [4.1.0]
Apache CloudStack 4.1.0 Released
The Apache CloudStack project is pleased to announce the 4.1.0 release of the CloudStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud orchestration platform. This is the first major release from Apache CloudStack since its graduation from the Apache Incubator on March 20th.[Read More]
4.1.0 VOTE in Progress: Testers Welcome!
The Apache CloudStack is very near to the 4.1.0 release, and as a result we’re conducting a vote on artifacts for the 4.1.0 release right now. Because we want to make sure we have the best possible release, we’d like to invite anyone who’s interested in CloudStack to take the current release candidate for a test drive. [Read More]
Apache CloudStack Weekly News - 22 April 2013
This time around, we have two release VOTEs in progress, which means that 4.1.0 is just about out the door. The CloudStack Collaboration Conference 2013 has been announced for June 23rd through 25th. You'll also want to check in on the discussions about the length of the release cycle, Chip Childers and David Nalley appearing on FLOSS Weekly, and much more.
A lot has happened since the last issue of the CloudStack Weekly News, and not just because the community's been busy – we missed getting last week's issue out. Sorry about that! If you'd like to see consistent weekly delivery, check the end of the newsletter to see how you can help.[Read More]
Apache CloudStack Weekly News - 8 April 2013
The Apache CloudStack community has been heads-down for the last week working out the remaining bugs for the 4.1.0 release. Chatter on the dev@ mailing list has been a little muted, comparatively, but there's still plenty of interest in this week's roundup of major discussions and CloudStack community activity.
This week, we look at the outstanding issues for 4.1.0, a discussion about allowing multiple API names for the same API Cmd object, how to deal with tests that expect no database, and how ticket assignment should work.[Read More]
Apache CloudStack Weekly News - 28 January 2013
As the 4.1.0 feature freeze approaches, the mailing list has been extremely active. The activity on -dev is off the charts, with (according to MarkMail) more than 4,400 messages sent to -dev in January - and the month isn't over yet! This eclipses the previous record set in October 2012 of 3,109 messages. Major discussions this week include the Javelin merge and IP clearance issues.[Read More]