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Monday, October 15 • 3:40pm - 4:20pm
More pluggable nova

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The nova project should be broken up further. cinder + common was a good first step, let's go further.

I think it would be a good idea to have seperate Modules (which will be represented by own git repos, python or distro packages...) for things that are mutually exlusive (e.g. when I use the hyper-v hypervisor I will not be using Xen on the same node, so these should be different modules).

I can see the following things to be broken out:
- nova objectstore
- nova certs
- nova keys
- nova hypervisor xen
- nova hypervisor kvm
- nova hypervisor vmware
- nova hypervisor hyper-v
- nova networking "classic"
- nova networking quantum
- nova cloudpipe
- nova compute
- nova scheduler filter
- nova scheduler etc.

This will also lead to the need to define the APIs between the modules better which I think is a plus (e.g. what exactly will the hypervisor API look like? Which method calls with what kind of params etc.)

One of the objections might be "but all the dependencies". Yes. This is a challenge, but this should be addressed as well. Sane pip-require files should do that.


Monday October 15, 2012 3:40pm - 4:20pm
Emma AB

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