OpenInfra Live: Ironic in Production

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As PTL of the Kolla project, core team member of the Ironic project and Senior Tech Lead from StackHPC, Mark Goddard joined a lively and informative discussion around how Ironic is used today in production, including some of the cool projects we have underway with Ironic at their heart.

Ironic plays a fundamental role in StackHPC's vision of the "software-defined supercomputer", and StackHPC is a founding member of the Open Infrastructure Foundation's bare metal program and SIG.

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Mark adds, "it was a pleasure to take part in this discussion about running Ironic in production. Ironic is central to the provisioning layer of Kayobe (our OpenStack deployment tool of choice), and provides multi-tenant access to bare metal compute for demanding user workloads".

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