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MAAS 2.3.0 Alpha 3 release!

MAAS 2.3.0 (alpha3) New Features & Improvements Hardware Testing (backend only) MAAS has now introduced an improved hardware testing framework. This new framework allows MAAS to test individual components of a single machine, as well as providing better feedback to the user for each of those tests. This feature has introduced: Ability to define a […]

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MAAS Development Update – Aug 21st – Set 1st

Hello MAASters! This is the development summary for the past couple of weeks: MAAS 2.3 (current development release) Hardware Testing Phase 2 Added parameters form for script parameters validation. Accept and validate results from nodes. Added hardware testing 7zip CPU benchmarking builtin script. WIP – ability to send parameters to test scripts and process results […]

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MAAS 2.3.0 alpha 2 Released!

Hello MAASters! I’m happy to annouce that MAAS 2.3.0 Alpha 2 has now been released and it is currently available in Ubuntu Artful, PPA for Xenial and as a snap. PPA Availability For those running Ubuntu Xenial and would like to use Alpha 1, please use the following PPA: Snap Availability For those running from […]

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MAAS Development Summary – August 18th, 2017

Hello MAASters! This is the development summary for the past couple of weeks: MAAS 2.3 (current development release) The team is preparing and testing the next official release, MAAS 2.3 alpha2. It is currently undergoing a heavy round of testing and will be announced separately the beginning of the upcoming week. In the past three […]

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MAAS Development Summary – July 28th 2017

Hello MAASters! The MAAS development summaries are back! The past three weeks the team has been made good progress on three main areas, the development of 2.3, maintenance for 2.2, and out new and improved python library (libmaas). MAAS 2.3 (current development release) The first official MAAS 2.3 release has been prepared. It is currently […]

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MAAS Development Summary – Week July 3rd – 14th

Hello MAASters! The purpose of this update is to keep our community engaged and informed about the work the team is doing. We’ll cover important announcements, work-in-progress for the next release of MAAS and bugs fixes in release MAAS versions. MAAS 2.3 (current development release) Completed Django 1.11 transition MAAS 2.3 snap will use Django […]

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MAAS Development Summary – June 19th – 23rd

Announcements Transition to Git in Launchpad The MAAS team is happy to announce that we have moved our code repositories away from Bazaar. We are now using Git in Launchpad.[1] MAAS 2.3 (current development release) This week, the team has worked on the following features and improvements: Codebase transition from bzr to git – This […]

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MAAS Development Summary – June 12th – 16th

The purpose of this update is to keep our community engaged and informed about the work the team is doing. We’ll cover important announcements, work-in-progress for the next release of MAAS and bugs fixes in release MAAS versions. MAAS Sprint The Canonical MAAS team sprinted at Canonical’s London offices this week. The purpose was to […]

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MAAS Development Summary – June 8th, 2017

Thursday June 8th, 2017 The MAAS team is happy to announce the introduction of development summaries. We hope this helps to keep our community engaged and informed about the work the team is doing. We’ll cover important announcements, work-in-progress for the next release of MAAS, and bugs fixed in released MAAS versions. Announcements With the […]

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MAAS 2.2.0 Released!

I’m happy to announce that MAAS 2.2.0 (final) has now been released, and it introduces quite a few exciting features: MAAS Pods – Ability to dynamically create a machine on demand. This is reflected in MAAS’ support for Intel Rack Scale Design. Hardware Testing DHCP Relay Support Unmanaged Subnets Switch discovery and deployment on Facebook’s […]

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