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Welcome to my personal blog!Dimiter Naydenov

My name is Dimiter Naydenov and I’m a software developer with DevOps inklings and this is my blog.

I worked on, and still use Juju Core – next-generation cross-cloud service deployment and orchestration tool, among other things.

Check out the Juju Documentation and Getting Started guide!

Python and Go are two of my favorite languages. I’ve been around a lot of different areas of software development, and can share some interesting stories when I have time to write them.

I also like to travel and takes lots of photos of cool places. I’m passionate about scuba diving and I’m loving it!

Finally, after more than 5 years I decided to resurrect my blog and start posting stuff from time to time. For now there are a few articles, but I’m trying to fill it up with useful info I mostly learned along the (hard) way 🙂 

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  • May 20, 2016 - 22:25 | Permalink

    Hi, I just came across your 4 blog posts explaining how to automated an openstack install using maas and juju.
    I loved the first four posts (where maas was setup with 4 nodes, commissioned and deployed) and was wondering if you have posted following up info in any form on the next step, actually installation of openstack

    Thanks in advance,

    • dimitern
      May 23, 2016 - 10:56 | Permalink

      Thanks Sean!

      I plan on updating the Nodes Networking article to include MAAS 2.0 specific steps (almost done with the draft). The next Juju-specific article should be up some time tomorrow, as I have some free time to concentrate on it.

  • May 27, 2016 - 08:09 | Permalink

    thanks. Are there forums/mailing lists for Maas users? Found so far launchpad for bugs and a few questions on askubuntu.com.
    I’ve read through the Maas (1.9) docs and am trying, for example, to figure out how it detects console (iLO) IP in new servers that autoregister/boot via PXE, and how the commissioning process works in detail (I have servers that cannot find a root fs during commission on one maas server, but work on another). I have also gigantic syslogs (100GB in a few hours: have to manually wipe and reboot). I have not figured out how to add new network interfaces to the maas after installation either.

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