OpenStack User Committee

The OpenStack User Committee is one of the governing bodies of the OpenStack project.

The User Committee is formally defined in the OpenStack Foundation bylaws (in particular article 4.14 and further refined in the OpenStack User Committee Charter.

These pages contain OpenStack User Committee reference documents and track official resolutions voted by the committee.

Current Members

Full Name

IRC Nickname

Term Expires

Role

Amy Marrich

spotz

February 2020

chair

Mohamed Elsakhawy

melsakhawy

August 2020

vice-chair

Belmiro Moreira

belmorei

February 2020

John Studarus

studarus

February 2020

Jaesuk Ahn

jayahn

August 2020

Teams

Name

Chairs

Mission

Financial Team None

Coordinate users, service providers, and developers to find and fill the gaps for OpenStack adoption in financial industry.

Large Deployment Team Matt Van Winkle

To discuss the needs and issues of those running large OpenStack deployments.

Massively Distributed Clouds Adrien Lebre

To debate and investigate how OpenStack can address Fog/Edge Computing use-cases.

Operators Telecom/NFV Curtis Collicutt

Work with the OpenStack community and ecosystem to benefit OpenStack Operators specifically running telecommunication services and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) systems utilizing OpenStack.

Ops Tags Team Tom Fifield
Edgar Magana
Matt van Winkle
Melvin Hillsman
Saverio Proto
Shamail Tahir

To define tags for ops, allowing users to make better decisions by providing useful information about OpenStack software projects.

Working Groups

Name

Chairs

Status

Mission

Fault-Genes Working Group Nemat Bidokhti
Rochelle (Rocky) Grober

active

The Fault Genes Working Group’s goal is to be the DNA of OpenStack fault-tolerance.

LCOO Working Group Jamey McCabe

active

The working group aims to collaborate with the Product Working Group (PWG), other working groups and community-wide stakeholders to define the use cases and identify and prioritize the requirements which are needed to deploy, manage, and run services on top of OpenStack.