Exploring the OpenStack-Health dashboard

A few months ago at the Liberty QA code sprint in Ft. Collins, CO we started work on the OpenStack-Health dashboard.  I also recently announced the dashboard to the openstack-dev ML to try and raise it to the attention of the broader community and to try and get more users and feedback on how to improve things.  I figured it’d be good to write up a more detailed post on the basics of how the dashboard is constructed, it’s current capabilities and limitations, and where we’d like to see it move in the future.  Especially given that the number of contributors to the project is still quite small.  For the project to really grow and be useful for everyone in the community we need more people helping out on it.
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