All the things about the openSUSE infrastructure
Manager: AdaLovelace, adamm, adrianSuSE, bmwiedemann, cboltz, IonutVan, maxmaher, mcaj, oertel, okurz, OrangeCMS, pjessen, RBrownCCB, RBrownSUSE, tampakrap, TBro
Developer: -miska-, aboe76, AdaLovelace, adrianSuSE, agraul, ana06, ancorgs, asmorodskyi, bgeuken, bigironman, cboltz, cbruckmayer, differentreality, dimstar, DKarakasilis, dmacvicar, Druonysus, enavarro_suse, fkobzik, FunkyPenguin, ganglia, hennevogel, jberry, jdsn, jeberhardt, jloehel, Knurpht, kraih, marxin, mdeniz, mschnitzer, Pharaoh_Atem, plinnell, RBrownCCB, RBrownSUSE, sbrabec, simotek, SShyukriev, stroeder
The first steps to a more modern infrastructure
Hack Week 17 was the perfect opportunity to try modern technologies in order to take our infrastructure one step further. The beginning of this journey is here, enjoy :)
Extended maintenance this Thursday, 2017-12-07
As announced on [status.opensuse.org](https://status.opensuse.org/schedules/5), we will have a bigger scheduled maintenance work ahead on Thursday, 2017-12-07, from 08:00 until 10:00 CET (07:00 until 09:00 UTC).
New Galera cluster running in production
Two important databases are using the new (mariadb) galera cluster now: https://connect.opensuse.org and https://progress.opensuse.org are now completely migrated.
Statistic pages from our Monitoring
While monitoring helps to get informed about outages and problems, it also allows you to get some trends about services and produce nice graphs from it.
New Galera Cluster up and running
While we still migrate services over into the "openSUSE Heroes" network, we also use the time to improve the old setup and implement a more robust and reliable infrastructure.