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This report covers work that happened between January 13th and April 2nd 2021. Purpose The Hyperscale SIG focuses on enabling CentOS Stream deployment on large-scale infrastructures and facilitating collaboration on packages and tooling. Membership update The SIG was established in January with six founding members (Davide Cavalca, Filipe Brandenburger, Matthew Almond, Justin Vreeland,Thomas Mackey, David […]

Purpose The CentOS Promotion SIG exists to provide promotion, and consistent messaging, of CentOS, both at physical events and online. Membership The Promo SIG continues to struggle to find interested individuals to contribute to the effort. We are very interested in finding people to help with events, our presence on social media, and writing content […]

NFV SIG Quarterly Report through May 1st, 2019 Purpose The CentOS NFV  SIG exists to support Network Function Virtualization (NFV) in CentOS. Specifically, the idea is to be a vehicle to provide packages for implementers of software networks on the CentOS platform. Membership Update In this reporting period, we have had little formal participation. However, […]

CentOS Opstools SIG Quarterly Report Dec 01, 2018 - Feb 28, 2019 Purpose Provide tools and, documentation, recommendations and best practices for operators of large infrastructure. Membership update We need to be honest to see that contributions decreased over the time. Members moved on, and at the same time, we failed to attract new contributors. […]

Virtualization SIG quarterly report, Dec 1 2018 - February 28 2019 Purpose Packaging and maintaining different FOSS based virtualization applications that one can install and run natively on CentOS. https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/Virtualization Membership Update We are always looking for new members. Tomasz Baranski and Yuval Turgeman joined the SIG for oVirt project. Releases and Packages oVirt 4.2 reached […]

NFV SIG Quarterly Report through February 1st, 2019 Purpose The CentOS NFV  SIG exists to support Network Function Virtualization (NFV) in CentOS. Specifically, the idea is to be a vehicle to provide packages for implementers of software networks on the CentOS platform. Membership Update In this reporting period, we have had little formal participation. However, […]

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