OpenStack Telemetry (Ceilometer)
To reliably collect measurements of the utilization of the physical and virtual resources comprising deployed clouds, persist these data for subsequent retrieval and analysis, and trigger actions when defined criteria are met.
Contributing to Ceilometer
The developer documentation is starting to take shape within the source and is also published at http://docs.openstack.org/developer/ceilometer/.
The project team hangs out on Freenode in the #openstack-ceilometer channel, feel free to drop by and stay as long as you want. We use the OpenStack Developers List for our email discussions. If you want to make a post relevant to Ceilometer please tag the message subject with [Ceilometer].
The project team officially meets once a week, see Meetings/Ceilometer.
More details can be found on possible contributions at Ceilometer/Contributing including:
- Setting-up Ceilometer via devstack
- Possible tasks
- Update documentation
- Close old fixed bugs
- Fix bugs
- Review patches
- Triage incoming bugs
- and more...