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Barbican [clear filter]
Tuesday, November 4

14:50 CET

Integrating Barbican with other OpenStack projects
This is a discussion for strategies and patterns to be used when integrating your OpenStack project with Barbican. The Barbican team has seen a couple of different approaches to integration in Nova, Glance, and Neutron LBaaS. This discussion aims to find a consistent path for integration that interested projects can use to minimize code repetition.

Tuesday November 4, 2014 14:50 - 15:30 CET

15:40 CET

Barbican Common Certificate Issuance API
This discussion aims to define the API that will be used to issue certificates across multiple Certificate Authorities. There are two approaches being discussed: One is to have a baseline API that can be used to provision certificates on any CA, the other approach would introduce a new concept akin to VM "flavors" that can be used to discover which CAs are supported by a particular instace of Barbican.

Tuesday November 4, 2014 15:40 - 16:20 CET

16:40 CET

Barbican Plugin (Driver) Lifetime management
This session aims to define how the various different plugins (drivers) will be managed throughout their lifetime. Some of the questions we aim to answer are: How to migrate from one plugin to another? How to deal with plugin versioning? When does it make sense to enable more than one type of plugin at the same time?

Tuesday November 4, 2014 16:40 - 17:20 CET

17:30 CET

Barbican per-user entity-level authorization
The goal of this session is to find the correct OpenStack-wide way forward for providing entity-level authorization (authorization for individual secrets/containers/etc.) There has been a lot of discussion around this topic since last summit without a resolution. Keystone policy currently cannot address this use case, and there is some resistance to adding it to Barbican, since Authorization falls within Keystone's domain.

Tuesday November 4, 2014 17:30 - 18:10 CET
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