Recently there have been some great articles appearing describing how to do some more complex things with OpenStack. Here are a few of them for your reading pleasure.
- An introduction to OpenStack orchestration and how Heat orchestrates your OpenStack resources by Red Hat’s Zane Bitter give a high-level overview of the Heat service
- For those following the very hot "OpenStack Core" discussions, you might be interested in Rob Hirschfeld’s series what is Core
- For people using Swift as an object store, the experiences of Spil Games using OpenStack Swift with lots of small files will make for a good read
We also have a number of compelling new pages which have been added to the wiki recently! In case you missed them:
- Using GRE tenant networks by Bob Kukura describes how to create secure tunnels for your VLANs with GRE on RDO
- Highly Available MySQL server on OpenStack walks you through configuring Pacemaker and MySQL to create a HA MySQL server for your OpenStack deployment, by Dan Radez
- Load balancing OpenStack API services from Ryan O’Hara shows you how to make your deployment more resilient by load balancing API endpoints
- Using Ceph for Block Storage with RDO will get you started using one of the most popular third-party storage engines, Ceph, as a back-end for your block storage needs – with thanks to Ross Turk from Inktank for adding the content here.
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