Steve Martinelli

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Steve Martinelli is a Development Manager focused on delivering Cognitive Journeys that empower developers worldwide. Previously he served as the Project Team Lead on OpenStack’s Identity, Authentication and Authorization service, code named Keystone. He continues to serve on OpenStack’s Technical Committee. Steve has spoken at various OpenStack Summits, Centre for Advanced Students Conference (CASCON), and at the Cloud Identity Summit. Steve is a co-author of Identity, Authentication & Access Management in OpenStack, a book published by O'Reilly Media in 2015. Steve received his B.ASc. in Computer Engineering from York University in Toronto, Ontario, where he continues to reside.

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keystone ocata summit recap

Features MFA support for SQL users Fix the issue where long lives operations time out Make revocation events faster Enhance the mapping engine to be...

OpenStack Keystone Newton Mid-cycle Recap

The OpenStack Keystone Newton mid-cycle took place at the Cisco offices in San Jose. Special thanks goes out to Chet Burgess and Morgan Fainberg for...

Newton priorities for Keystone

Below is a list of priorities the Keystone team has indicated are priorities for the Newton development cycle. As the Keystone Project Team Lead (PTL)...

Creating a new virtual machine on Bluemix

First impressions are pretty important. Bluemix, IBMs one-stop-shop for all things cloud has been out for a while now, I’ve played with it when it...

Keystone mid-cycle recap for Mitaka

The keystone mid-cycle for the Mitaka release took place at the IBM Austin Lab site, special thanks goes out to my management team (Vince Brunssen...

OpenStack development tips: Setting up a ZNC bouncer

Though not necessary, setting up a ZNC bouncer can positively impact your OpenStack development by making it easier for other developers to leave you messages...

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