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Using Jenkins, Git and OpenStack HEAT to create Infrastructure as Code

Good morning everyone there,

I published a new recipe for those interested on continuous integration with Jenkins and how to use it to maintain Infrastructure as Code in OpenStack using HEAT (OpenStack cloudformation component). 49 more words


10 Things You Should Know about OpenStack Trove

Ken Rugg is a founder, CEO and board member of Tesora. Ken has spent most of his career around databases in technical, strategic and business generating roles. 2,131 more words

OpenStack Trove

Integrating Red Hat OpenStack 9 Cinder Service With Multiple External Red Hat Ceph Storage Clusters

This post describes how to manually integrate Red Hat OpenStack 9 (RHOSP9) Cinder service with multiple pre-existing external Red Hat Ceph Storage 2 (RHCS2) clusters. The final configuration goals are to have Cinder configuration with multiple storage backends and support for creating volumes in either backend. 1,648 more words


Renewing Focus on Bringing OpenStack to the Masses

This is a duplicate of a blog I authored for SUSE, originally published at the SUSE Blog Site.

Happy Newton Release Week!

This 14th release of OpenStack is one we’ve all been anticipating, with its focus on scalability, resiliency, and overall user experience – important aspects that really matter to enterprise IT organizations, and that help with broader adoption of OpenStack with those users. 1,144 more words

Open Source

OpenStack Services :: what runs where on MultiNode deployment

In a multinode openstack deployment, below is the list of nodes and the openstack services:


  • neutron-server
    • Accepts API requests and then routes them to the appropriate Neutron plug-in for action.
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Introducing OpenShift on OpenStack Special Interest Group – OpenShift Blog

We kicked off the OpenShift Commons OpenShift on OpenStack SIG with a presentation by SIG Chair, Judd Matlin of Dell on Dell’s Reference Architecture.

Next Up: 1000 nodes of OpenShift on OpenStack… 129 more words

Cloud Computing

Survey Finds: Majority of telcos are using OpenStack as the NFV platform of choice

It’s really no surprise to us that so many telecommunications companies are eyeing OpenStack. After all, the open source software platform gives them a path towards virtualized network platforms using network functions virtualization (NFV), software-defined networking (SDN) and cloud. 401 more words