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Join Us: The Path to High Performance NFV Deployments

Deploying network functions virtualization (NFV) offers a host of benefits for telecommunication service providers, such as lowering costs, increasing flexibility, and speeding time-to market. And some of the largest service providers in the world are already reaping those benefits, by transforming from big-iron networks to cloud-based, software centric virtualized networks. 177 more words

Red Hat

TripleO and Ansible deployment (Part 1)

In the Queens release of TripleO, you’ll be able to use Ansible to apply the
software deployment and configuration of an Overcloud.

Before jumping into some of the technical details, I wanted to cover some… 463 more words

OpenStack

OpenStack moves forward

In Sydney Australia, the OpenStack cloud crew gathered together at the OpenStack Summit to contemplate where they are today and where they’re going tomorrow.

First, … 587 more words

Cloud

Install Packstack (Openstack Pike) on Virtualbox running CentOS7

Prerequisite

Host system requirements:

  • Machine with at least 4 GB RAM
  • Processors with hardware virtualization extensions
  • At least one network adapter.

On Virtualbox

1. First network interface should be NAT by default… 1,037 more words

Linux

Intel and Hyper partner with the OpenStack Foundation to launch the Kata Containers project

It’s no secret that the OpenStack Foundation has been looking to branch out beyond its eponymous cloud infrastructure project, which, until now, was always its sole focus. 519 more words

TC

The licensing mess

Today’s enterprise software organizations (Microsoft, Oracle, VMware, and others) are facing a sea change in response to their old tactics. Used to be that an organization of size appropriate for the licensing needs to purchase an enterprise agreement of some sort (they’re all different) to maintain compliance with their obligations. 806 more words

Basic CRUD with Openstack Python V2.x clients

Last week I had this shiny assignment by a company here for a thesis interview to build some Python scripts using Openstack Python clients. It made me create some code which eventually got me through.  438 more words

FOSS