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Figuring Out OpenStack Multi-Node Error Messages - Part 1

Recently I have deployed a 3 node Neutron based OpenStack environment – Controller, Network and Compute, and I have encountered with many error messages throughout the establishment process of a working environment. 890 more words


Three-Node OpenStack Juno Deployed on Public Cloud - Part 3

In part 2 of this series we have made all the required preparations for our 3 nodes and installed the Keystone and Glance services. In this last part of the series we’ll follow the required steps for Nova (compute), Neutron (network) and Horizon (GUI/dashboard) before we our OpenStack environment will be running. 751 more words


Three-Node OpenStack Juno Deployed on Public Cloud - Part 2

In part 1 of this series I described how to prepare your environment. In this blog post I’ll get into details with the installation of your Controller, Network and Compute nodes. 791 more words


Three-Node OpenStack Juno Deployed on Public Cloud - Part 1

Inspired by this blog post and the one to follow, both written by IBMer Michael J Fork, I have deployed a 3 node OpenStack environment on IBM’s  718 more words


Getting Your Hands Dirty with OpenStack

If you ask yourself the inevitable question “where do I start?” this blog post is for you.

Luckily, being an open source software you have free access to OpenStack’s various installations. 536 more words


Adventures in...Volume

So, Grace has been learning all about the volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres in math. I thought it would be fun to do a hands-on demonstration of the fact that a cylinder has three times the volume of a cone with the same radius and height…by building their own cone and cylinder. 306 more words

Home School

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I’m trying, really trying, to not stop making things with yarn just because it’s growing season.  This is my late-March attempt.  Nothing too challenging.

Around here, we generally carry water around in glass jars.  160 more words

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