For this year's SUSECON Digital, we are looking to drive home the message of Innovate Everywhere by showcasing the creativity of our Engineering team. The theme this year features a leap into space and a nostalgic design.
Goal: Engage with our audience through game play that highlights the points of Innovate Everywhere. We want them to keep coming back to play throughout the SUSECON Digital experience.
Create an automated L0-support-like analytics solution for supportconfig data that is tiered across a customer's environment and SUSE environment (similar to a very modular AIOps Edge-Core approach). A pictorial overview of the ecosystem
Bug reports can be a great source of information, but usually finding the information requires extensive work in reading through all of the discussions and understanding the details about it.
Could it be that machine learning can be used to extract meaningful information out of that? That's what this project is about.
For events like engineering summit or hackweeks, it would be nice to have a SUSE instance of workadventu.re, and have our own maps, wired with (open)SUSE's jitsi!
I am looking for folks willing to help on those 3 teams:
openQA currently supports different architectures: x86(_64), ppc64le, aarch64 and s390x. In this project I would like to add support for RISC-V. First emulated ontop of x86, like we previously did with aarch64.
As openSUSE images for that processor are already generated, it could be useful to do some basic automated tests on them.
Gardener is SAP's portable Kubernetes distribution and management framework, which aims to create a common base layer for current and future SAP applications and services. Rancher is the leading management framework for arbitrary Kubernetes distributions. Wouldn't it be great if Rancher and Gardener could work together, and Gardner became a first-class citizen in Rancher?