Updated OpenStack Orchestration packages that resolve various issuesare now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6.0(Icehouse) for RHEL 7.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform provides the facilitiesfor building a private or public infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS)cloud running on commonly available physical hardware. This advisoryincludes packages for:* OpenStack Orchestration serviceOpenStack Orchestration (heat) is a template-driven engine used tospecify and deploy configurations for Compute, Storage, and OpenStackNetworking. It can also be used to automate post-deployment actions,which in turn allows automated provisioning of infrastructure, services,and applications. Orchestration can also be integrated with Telemetryalarms to implement auto-scaling for certain infrastructure resources.With this release, the Orchestration service is now re-based to upstreamversion 2014.2.1 (per BZ#1170346). This re-base applies several notablefixes, including:* Database migration between Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5to the current version is now fixed.* Floating IP resource dependencies are now present.* The correct certificate keys are now passed to the Image service whenusing SSL.* Software deployments now update server lists (instead of incorrectlyreplacing them).* ResourceGroup updates now correctly update nested stacks.The following resources and resource types are now supported:* OS::Heat::SoftwareDeployments (resource), which can deploy a singleSoftwareConfiguration to a group of servers. This is very helpful fordeploying a cluster where each server has to be configured with the IPaddresses of every server in the cluster. (BZ#1131768)* OS::Glance::Image (resource type), which allows images to be createdin the Image service as part of a Heat template. (BZ#1091579)* OS::Nova::ServerGroup (resource), which allows you to apply schedulingconstraints (like affinity or anti-affinity) to a group of servers.(BZ#1084266)This update also applies the following fixes:* The systemd script no longer explicitly sets a log file. This ensures that syslog settings take precedence during logging. (BZ#1083057)* The Orchestration service now allows the user to update a stack in aFAILED state. Previously, failed stacks could only be deleted, notupdated. (BZ#1042160)
Red Hat OpenStack 6.0 for RHEL 7

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(The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network)
1042160 – [RFE][heat]: Update Failure Recovery1060505 – [RFE][heat]: Migrate to oslo.messaging1083057 – [RFE] Double logging when using syslog;1084266 – [RFE][heat]: Support VM instance group for HEAT1089124 – [RFE][heat]: Plugpoint for stack lifecycle events1091579 – [RFE][heat]: Implement OS::Glance::Image1131768 – [RFE][heat]: A resource to deploy configuration to a collection of servers1170346 – Rebase openstack-heat to 2014.2.1

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