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* Guillermo Garcia (m3m0)
* Guillermo Garcia (m3m0)
* Jonas Pfannschmidt (jonaspf)
* Jonas Pfannschmidt (jonaspf)
* '''[PTL]''' Pierre-Arthur Mathieu (slashme)
* Pierre-Arthur Mathieu (slashme)
* Saad Zaher (szaher)
* '''[PTL]''' Saad Zaher (szaher)
* Yang Yapeng  (yangyapeng)
* Yang Yapeng  (yangyapeng)

Revision as of 21:50, 24 February 2017


Freezer is a distributed backup restore and disaster recovery as a service platform. It is designed to be multi OS (Linux, Windows, OSX, *BSD), focused on providing efficiency and flexibility for block based backups, file based incremental backups, point-in-time actions, jobs synchronization (i.e. backup synchronization over multiple nodes) and many other features. It is aimed at being useful for all environments, including large ephemeral Clouds. Documentation and Code can be found at the following locations:

Core Team

  • Deklan Dieterly (ddieterly)
  • Fabrizio Vanni (vannif)
  • Fausto Marzi (daemontool)
  • Guillermo Garcia (m3m0)
  • Jonas Pfannschmidt (jonaspf)
  • Pierre-Arthur Mathieu (slashme)
  • [PTL] Saad Zaher (szaher)
  • Yang Yapeng (yangyapeng)


Meetings https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/freezer_meetings Chairman: m3m0 or ddieterly
IRC #openstack-freezer on Freenode
Mailing List OpenStack dev list, prefix with [freezer]
Milestones https://launchpad.net/freezer/+milestones
Integration Freezer/Integration - Coming soon
Bug tracker https://bugs.launchpad.net/freezer
Blueprints https://blueprints.launchpad.net/freezer

Getting Started



A good place to start is by reading at the How_To_Contribute to OpenStack page. For information on contributing to Freezer specifically see the Getting Involved page in the developer documentation.

Discussions / Etherpads

Every Thursday there's a weekly meeting starting from 3:00 p.m. UTC on IRC room: openstack-meeting-alt

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