A Bit Deeper With PuppetLabs-Grizzly

Let’s go a bit further down the PuppetLabs-Grizzly rabbit hole. We talked quite extensively about these on the #vBrownBag, but some of them need a bit further explanation here. Background PuppetLabs/Grizzly is a ‘new’ (new is a relative thing on the internets, and depending on when you find this post, it may not be so
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#vBrownBag – OpenStack with vSphere

This one is a bit outside our Couch to OpenStack series but touches on something that has been tickling the back of folks minds for a while. VMware has jumped into the OpenStack ecosystem. What does that mean? How does that work? OpenStack on vSphere This week we had on Scott Lowe from VMware to
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Couch to OpenStack – Monitoring Follow-Up

Thanks again for everyone coming along for the Nagios ride. To recap we: Reviewed the requirements for monitoring. Installation of the NPRE agent Other monitoring solutions, and why we chose Nagios Installation of Nagios How to monitor certain services How to quickly and easily install and configure dashboards Here are the resources from the show:
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Couch to OpenStack Office Hours on August 20, 2013

The next episode of the Couch to OpenStack Series will be an office hours session led by Eric Wright.  It will be a good opportunity for new and existing podcast viewers to reflect on what we’ve covered up to this point.  The goal is to clear up any questions that you may have on OpenStack.
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Couch to OpenStack – Quantum Follow-Up

Thanks everyone for coming along last night. To recap, we: Used git to clone the Couch to OpenStack repo Used Vagrant to stand up the ‘controller’, ‘compute’, ‘cinder’, and ‘quantum’ VMs Used the Vagrant shell provisioner to install Ubuntu Grizzly repos MySQL KeyStone Glance Nova Cinder Quantum Setup .stackrc with environment variables Discussed the OpenStack
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Couch to OpenStack – Cinder Follow-Up

Thanks everyone for coming along last night. To recap, we: Used git to clone the Couch to OpenStack repo Used Vagrant to stand up the ‘controller’, ‘compute’, and ‘Cinder’ VMs Used the Vagrant shell provisioner to install Ubuntu Grizzly repos MySQL KeyStone Glance Nova Cinder Setup .stackrc with environment variables Discussed the OpenStack Block Storage
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Couch to OpenStack – Nova Follow-Up

Thanks everyone for coming along last night. To recap, we: Used git to clone the Couch to OpenStack repo Used Vagrant to stand up the ‘controller’ and ‘compute’ VMs Use the Vagrant shell provisioner to install Ubuntu Grizzly repos MySQL KeyStone Glance Nova Setup .stackrc with environment variables Discussed the OpenStack Compute services and scenarios
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Couch to OpenStack – Glance Follow-Up

Thanks everyone for coming along last night. To recap we: Used git to clone the Couch to OpenStack repo Used Vagrant to stand up the ‘controller’ VM Use the Vagrant shell provisioner to install Ubuntu Grizzly repos MySQL KeyStone Glance Setup .stackrc with environment variables Discussed OpenStack Image services and the integration with Compute For
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Couch To OpenStack – The Path Forward

Howdy Couch to OpenStackers! There have been some things happening in “the real world” that require me to be away for an extended period. Thus, I’ll be stepping back from this series of podcasts for a bit. That said, you are in amazing hands: I’d like to take a moment to introduce Trevor Roberts, Jr. and Jonathan
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