Common Openstack Deployments

Un libro in lingua di Joseph Elizabeth K. Matthew Fischer edito da Prentice Hall, 2016

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Common OpenStack Deployments is the ideal starting point for every network operator who wants to plan and perform an effective OpenStack deployment in their environment. Elizabeth K. Joseph gets you up and running with the most common deployment scenarios, and helping you understand what OpenStack can do for you and your organization.

Drawing on her cutting-edge experience as an OpenStack system administrator and project contributor, she gives you extensive hands-on experience with running a deployment for testing and demonstration: one that can later be scaled up to your production deployment. You'll walk through creating both private and public compute clouds; enabling object and block storage, providing for orchestration, maximizing scalability, and integrating all the components of a complete OpenStack cloud service solution. Joseph concludes with a full chapter on using existing OpenStack-powered public clouds.

Whether you're preparing a proof-of-concept for your organization, or learning OpenStack on your own, Joseph will help you master all the core tools, skills, concepts, and patterns you'll need to succeed. By the time you're done, you'll be ready to successfully customize, deploy, and scale OpenStack in any environment – and you'll have deep knowledge of the OpenStack technology that you could never get from "recipes" alone.

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