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This is a set of Openstack tutorial scenarios designed to experiment with [http://openstack.org Openstack] free and open-source software platform for cloud-computing.
 
This is a set of Openstack tutorial scenarios designed to experiment with [http://openstack.org Openstack] free and open-source software platform for cloud-computing.
  
Several tutorial scenarios are available covering Kilo, Liberty and Mitaka Openstack versions and several deployment configurations:
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Several tutorial scenarios are available covering Stein, Ocata, Mitaka, Liberty and Kilo Openstack versions and several deployment configurations:
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:12, 28 August 2019

VNX Openstack laboratories

This is a set of Openstack tutorial scenarios designed to experiment with Openstack free and open-source software platform for cloud-computing.

Several tutorial scenarios are available covering Stein, Ocata, Mitaka, Liberty and Kilo Openstack versions and several deployment configurations:

  • Openstack Stein:
    • Four-nodes-classic-openvswitch. A basic scenario using Openstack Stein (April 2019) made of four virtual machines: a controller, a network node and two compute nodes all based on LXC.
  • Openstack Ocata:
  • Openstack Mitaka:
  • Openstack Liberty:
    • Liberty 3-nodes-basic. A basic scenario using Openstack Liberty made of three KVM virtual machines: a controller with networking capabilities and two compute nodes.
    • Liberty 4-nodes-legacy-openvswitch: a basic scenario using Openstack Liberty made of four virtual machines: a controller based on LXC and a network and two compute nodes based on KVM. The deployement scenario used is Legacy with Open vSwitch
  • Openstack Kilo:
    • Kilo 4-nodes-basic. A basic scenario using Openstack Kilo made of four virtual machines: a controller based on LXC and a network node and two compute nodes based on KVM.