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#vBrownBag #C2OS Follow-up: What’s new in OpenStack Havana with Eric Wright (@discoposse)

The “What’s New in Havana?” session is a high-level review of some of the changes that came with the November 2013 release of OpenStack. Presented by Eric Wright (@Discoposse) with help from Cody Bunch and Kenneth Hui, the session covers the core projects and is appropriate for those familiar with, or just getting started with[…]

#vBrownBag – Automated OpenStack Deployment with Chef

Rather than slides tonight, since the “lab” environment is chewing all the resources available on my box, we’ll load a few blog posts and use this as the “show notes” page. At a high level, the steps are: Make a Chef Server (or have one handy anyways) Download the relevant cookbooks (https://github.com/rcbops/chef-cookbooks) Create an “environment”[…]

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:[…]

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[…]

Couch to OpenStack – Keystone 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 Setup .stackrc with environment variables Discussed OpenStack Identity authentication and authorization process flow Discussed OpenStack Concepts[…]