Ken Pepple's Deploying OpenStack: Creating Open Source Clouds PDF

By Ken Pepple

ISBN-10: 1449311059

ISBN-13: 9781449311056

OpenStack used to be created with the audacious aim of being the ever-present software program selection for construction private and non-private cloud infrastructures. in exactly over a 12 months, it truly is develop into the main talked-about venture in open resource. This concise booklet introduces OpenStack's common layout and first software program parts intimately, and exhibits you the way to begin utilizing it to construct cloud infrastructures. in case you are a developer, technologist, or approach administrator conversant in cloud choices comparable to Rackspace Cloud or Amazon net providers, Deploying OpenStack exhibits you ways to acquire and set up OpenStack software program in a couple of managed situations.

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Ken Pepple's Deploying OpenStack PDF

OpenStack used to be created with the audacious aim of being the ever-present software program selection for construction private and non-private cloud infrastructures. in precisely over a yr, it really is turn into the main talked-about undertaking in open resource. This concise publication introduces OpenStack's normal layout and first software program parts intimately, and exhibits you the way to begin utilizing it to construct cloud infrastructures.

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StackOps has an agent-based “Smart Installer” that guides you through the configuration process, gives you intelligent defaults, and then applies the configuration to your newly installed server. While we are only using it for a simple single-node install here, it will also configure and apply to multiple servers according to their role in the deployment scenario. info The first step in running the Smart Installer is to connect a web browser to the address shown in the banner of your server’s login screen.

VMware vSphere No User Mode Linux Yes libvirt Generally considered a lower performance virtualization option, UML runs each guest as a regular process in user space. Microsoft Hyper-V Yes Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Hyper-V is Microsoft’s hypervisor-based virtualization technology. QEMU Yes libvirt Provides the basis for most Linux-based virtualization technologies (such as KVM and Virtualbox). info Virtualization Product Supported Interface Support Notes Linux Containers (LXC) Yes libvirt LXC is an operating system-level partitioning technology that allows for running multiple isolated servers (containers) in a single kernel.

Enter your IP address, management network IP, netmask, and default gateway address. It will then try and contact a public NTP (Network Time Protocol) server. If it fails, it will ask you to specify one manually. StackOps requires that the nodes have static IP addresses, not DHCP provided ones. 65 as my server node IP address. info have any conflicts. 0 netmask. Once the network has been configured, you will move on to disk partitioning. This shows standard Linux disk partitioning screens. To complete this installation and use nova-volume, you need to have one extra empty partition.

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