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[openstack-dev] [Large Deployments Team][Performance Team] New informal working group suggestion

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Hey, OpenStackers!

I'm writing to propose to organise new informal team to work specifically
on the OpenStack performance issues. This will be a sub team in already
existing Large Deployments Team, and I suppose it will be a good idea to
gather people interested in OpenStack performance in one room and identify
what issues are worrying contributors, what can be done and share results
of performance researches :)

So please volunteer to take part in this initiative. I hope it will be many
people interested and we'll be able to use cross-projects session slot
http://odsreg.openstack.org/cfp/details/5 to meet in Tokyo and hold a
kick-off meeting.

I would like to apologise I'm writing to two mailing lists at the same
time, but I want to make sure that all possibly interested people will
notice the email.

Thanks and see you in Tokyo :)

Cheers,
Dina

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asked Sep 22, 2015 in openstack-dev by Dina_Belova (4,690 points)   3 3

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Thanks, Dina!

For context to the rest of the LDT folks, Dina reached out to me about working on this under our umbrella for now. It made sense until we understand if it's a large enough thing to live as its own working group because most of us have various performance concerns too. So, like Public Clouds, we'll have to figure out how to integrate this sub group.

I suspect the time slot for Tokyo is already packed, so the work for the Performance subgroup may have to be informal or in other sessions, but I'll start working with Tom and the folks covering the session for me (since I won't be able to make it) on what we might be able to do. I've also asked Dina to join the Oct meeting prior to the Summit so we can further discuss the sub team.

Thanks!
VW

From: Dina Belova dbelova@mirantis.com
Date: Tuesday, September 22, 2015 7:57 AM
To: OpenStack Development Mailing List openstack-dev@lists.openstack.org, "openstack-operators@lists.openstack.org" openstack-operators@lists.openstack.org
Subject: [Large Deployments Team][Performance Team] New informal working group suggestion

Hey, OpenStackers!

I'm writing to propose to organise new informal team to work specifically on the OpenStack performance issues. This will be a sub team in already existing Large Deployments Team, and I suppose it will be a good idea to gather people interested in OpenStack performance in one room and identify what issues are worrying contributors, what can be done and share results of performance researches :)

So please volunteer to take part in this initiative. I hope it will be many people interested and we'll be able to use cross-projects session slot to meet in Tokyo and hold a kick-off meeting.

I would like to apologise I'm writing to two mailing lists at the same time, but I want to make sure that all possibly interested people will notice the email.

Thanks and see you in Tokyo :)

Cheers,
Dina

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responded Sep 22, 2015 by Matt_Van_Winkle (2,260 points)   1 3
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To help kick off this topic, the Neutron team has been tracking some
performance profiling in this etherpad.

https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/router-scheduling-performance

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responded Sep 22, 2015 by Sean_M._Collins (11,480 points)   3 7 8
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Excerpts from Dina Belova's message of 2015-09-22 05:57:19 -0700:

Hey, OpenStackers!

I'm writing to propose to organise new informal team to work specifically
on the OpenStack performance issues. This will be a sub team in already
existing Large Deployments Team, and I suppose it will be a good idea to
gather people interested in OpenStack performance in one room and identify
what issues are worrying contributors, what can be done and share results
of performance researches :)

So please volunteer to take part in this initiative. I hope it will be many
people interested and we'll be able to use cross-projects session slot
to meet in Tokyo and hold a
kick-off meeting.

I would like to apologise I'm writing to two mailing lists at the same
time, but I want to make sure that all possibly interested people will
notice the email.

Dina, this is great. Count me in, and see you in Tokyo!


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responded Sep 24, 2015 by Clint_Byrum (40,940 points)   4 5 9
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On Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 6:27 PM, Dina Belova dbelova@mirantis.com wrote:

Hey, OpenStackers!

I'm writing to propose to organise new informal team to work specifically
on the OpenStack performance issues. This will be a sub team in already
existing Large Deployments Team, and I suppose it will be a good idea to
gather people interested in OpenStack performance in one room and identify
what issues are worrying contributors, what can be done and share results
of performance researches :)

Dina, I'm focused in performance and scale testing [no coding
background].How can I contribute and what is the expectation from this
informal team?

So please volunteer to take part in this initiative. I hope it will be
many people interested and we'll be able to use cross-projects session
slot to meet in Tokyo and
hold a kick-off meeting.

I'm not coming to Tokyo. How could I still be part of discussions if any? I
also feel it is good to have a IRC channel for perf-scale discussion. Let
me know your thoughts.

I would like to apologise I'm writing to two mailing lists at the same
time, but I want to make sure that all possibly interested people will
notice the email.

Thanks and see you in Tokyo :)

Cheers,
Dina

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Senior Software Engineer

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responded Sep 25, 2015 by Sandeep_Raman (140 points)  
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Sandeep,

sorry for the late response :) I'm hoping to define 'spheres of interest'
and most painful moments using people's experience on Tokyo summit and
we'll find out what needs to be tested most and can be actually done. You
can share your ideas of what needs to be tested and focused on in
https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/openstack-performance-issues etherpad,
this will be a pool of ideas I'm going to use in Tokyo.

I can either create irc channel for the discussions or we can use

openstack-operators channel as LDT is using it for the communication.

After Tokyo summit I'm planning to set Doodle voting for the time people
will be comfortable with to have periodic meetings :)

Cheers,
Dina

On Fri, Sep 25, 2015 at 1:52 PM, Sandeep Raman sandeep.raman@gmail.com
wrote:

On Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 6:27 PM, Dina Belova dbelova@mirantis.com wrote:

Hey, OpenStackers!

I'm writing to propose to organise new informal team to work specifically
on the OpenStack performance issues. This will be a sub team in already
existing Large Deployments Team, and I suppose it will be a good idea to
gather people interested in OpenStack performance in one room and identify
what issues are worrying contributors, what can be done and share results
of performance researches :)

Dina, I'm focused in performance and scale testing [no coding
background].How can I contribute and what is the expectation from this
informal team?

So please volunteer to take part in this initiative. I hope it will be
many people interested and we'll be able to use cross-projects session
slot to meet in Tokyo and
hold a kick-off meeting.

I'm not coming to Tokyo. How could I still be part of discussions if any?
I also feel it is good to have a IRC channel for perf-scale discussion. Let
me know your thoughts.

I would like to apologise I'm writing to two mailing lists at the same
time, but I want to make sure that all possibly interested people will
notice the email.

Thanks and see you in Tokyo :)

Cheers,
Dina

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responded Sep 30, 2015 by Dina_Belova (4,690 points)   3 3
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Hello,

Thanks Dina for bringing up this great idea.

My team at Intel is working with Performance testing so far so we will be
likely to be part of that project.

The performance aspect at large scale is an obstacle for enterprise
deployments. For that reason Win The Enterprise
https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Enterprise_Working_Group group may be also
interested in this topic.

Regards,

Kamil Rogon


Intel Technology Poland sp. z o.o.
KRS 101882
ul. Slowackiego 173
80-298 Gdansk

From: Dina Belova [mailto:dbelova@mirantis.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2015 10:27 AM
To: OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [Large Deployments Team][Performance Team] New
informal working group suggestion

Sandeep,

sorry for the late response :) I'm hoping to define 'spheres of interest' and
most painful moments using people's experience on Tokyo summit and we'll find
out what needs to be tested most and can be actually done. You can share your
ideas of what needs to be tested and focused on in

https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/openstack-performance-issues etherpad, this
will be a pool of ideas I'm going to use in Tokyo.

I can either create irc channel for the discussions or we can use

openstack-operators channel as LDT is using it for the communication. After

Tokyo summit I'm planning to set Doodle voting for the time people will be
comfortable with to have periodic meetings :)

Cheers,

Dina

On Fri, Sep 25, 2015 at 1:52 PM, Sandeep Raman <sandeep.raman@gmail.com
sandeep.raman@gmail.com > wrote:

On Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 6:27 PM, Dina Belova <dbelova@mirantis.com
dbelova@mirantis.com > wrote:

Hey, OpenStackers!

I'm writing to propose to organise new informal team to work specifically on
the OpenStack performance issues. This will be a sub team in already existing
Large Deployments Team, and I suppose it will be a good idea to gather people
interested in OpenStack performance in one room and identify what issues are
worrying contributors, what can be done and share results of performance
researches :)

Dina, I'm focused in performance and scale testing [no coding background].How
can I contribute and what is the expectation from this informal team?

So please volunteer to take part in this initiative. I hope it will be many
people interested and we'll be able to use cross-projects session slot
to meet in Tokyo and hold a
kick-off meeting.

I'm not coming to Tokyo. How could I still be part of discussions if any? I
also feel it is good to have a IRC channel for perf-scale discussion. Let me
know your thoughts.

I would like to apologise I'm writing to two mailing lists at the same time,
but I want to make sure that all possibly interested people will notice the
email.

Thanks and see you in Tokyo :)

Cheers,

Dina

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Senior Software Engineer

Mirantis Inc.


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responded Sep 30, 2015 by Rogon,_Kamil (180 points)   1 3
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Folks,

TC decided that our team kick-off is a good use of cross-projects session
space - link
https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/mitaka-cross-project-session-planning :)
So see you in Tokyo :)

I'm attaching the draft document of performance testing methodologies we
have created inside Mirantis. It's still a draft, we'll include there
details about MQ and DB layers testing as well soon.

I will be very glad if you'll provide your feedback on this document and
tell what information do you expect to be included to the guide like that.

Thanks!
Dina

On Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 1:33 AM, Rogon, Kamil kamil.rogon@intel.com wrote:

Hello,

Thanks Dina for bringing up this great idea.

My team at Intel is working with Performance testing so far so we will be
likely to be part of that project.

The performance aspect at large scale is an obstacle for enterprise
deployments. For that reason Win The Enterprise
https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Enterprise_Working_Group group may be
also interested in this topic.

Regards,

Kamil Rogon


Intel Technology Poland sp. z o.o.
KRS 101882
ul. Slowackiego 173
80-298 Gdansk

From: Dina Belova [mailto:dbelova@mirantis.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2015 10:27 AM
To: OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [Large Deployments Team][Performance Team]
New informal working group suggestion

Sandeep,

sorry for the late response :) I'm hoping to define 'spheres of interest'
and most painful moments using people's experience on Tokyo summit and
we'll find out what needs to be tested most and can be actually done. You
can share your ideas of what needs to be tested and focused on in
https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/openstack-performance-issues etherpad,
this will be a pool of ideas I'm going to use in Tokyo.

I can either create irc channel for the discussions or we can use

openstack-operators channel as LDT is using it for the communication.

After Tokyo summit I'm planning to set Doodle voting for the time people
will be comfortable with to have periodic meetings :)

Cheers,

Dina

On Fri, Sep 25, 2015 at 1:52 PM, Sandeep Raman sandeep.raman@gmail.com
wrote:

On Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 6:27 PM, Dina Belova dbelova@mirantis.com wrote:

Hey, OpenStackers!

I'm writing to propose to organise new informal team to work specifically
on the OpenStack performance issues. This will be a sub team in already
existing Large Deployments Team, and I suppose it will be a good idea to
gather people interested in OpenStack performance in one room and identify
what issues are worrying contributors, what can be done and share results
of performance researches :)

Dina, I'm focused in performance and scale testing [no coding
background].How can I contribute and what is the expectation from this
informal team?

So please volunteer to take part in this initiative. I hope it will be
many people interested and we'll be able to use cross-projects session
slot to meet in Tokyo and
hold a kick-off meeting.

I'm not coming to Tokyo. How could I still be part of discussions if any?
I also feel it is good to have a IRC channel for perf-scale discussion. Let
me know your thoughts.

I would like to apologise I'm writing to two mailing lists at the same
time, but I want to make sure that all possibly interested people will
notice the email.

Thanks and see you in Tokyo :)

Cheers,

Dina

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Senior Software Engineer

Mirantis Inc.


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