Whether you want to build the software, run it, grow the community or just learn more about it, there will be content, workshops and design sessions for you to attend at the OpenStack Summit, Oct 15-18 in San Diego. Stick around Friday for the first OpenStack service day, a 1/2 day beach cleanup.
This session will include the following subject(s):
Make IP allocation algorithm pluggable:
The default IP allocation algorithm works well on internal networks with its quick reuse and compact IP allocation strategy. On shared or public networks, this allocation scheme may not meet the providers security needs (rapid re-use by another tenant). In Grizzly, IP allocation should be pluggable by network, so that providers can choose the strategy that best fits their needs after weighing the space/time cost of each approach.
Proposed allocation approaches include: first available ip random least recently used
Proposed recycling approaches include: expiration delays tenant affinity (ie on shared network a tenant is likely to get back the address they just released) address space exhaustion before reclamation DNS aware expiration (ie don't expire if DNS record is still pointing at IP).
Improving IPv6 support :
Quantum has rudimentary IPv6 support. In Grizzly we need to expand and polish the implementation. - better DHCPv6 support - fully working RA - L3 Router support - v6 firewall and/or security group support - Automatic v6 subnet allocation/creation
Tuesday October 16, 2012 11:00am - 11:40am