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Turn on your cloud install openstack HAVANA horizon

Overview

OpenStack web based Dashboard is known as Horizon. It provides the GUI to manage OpenStack environment and is a web service that runs from an Apache installation, using Python's Web Service Gateway Interface (WSGI) and Django, a web framework.

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Turn on your cloud install openstack HAVANA Neutron part 1

Overview

Neutron is the name of OpenStack Networking module. In this post we would be installing the network services and metadata on the controller node and the agents on every compute node. Since this module will take most of the time Read More →

Turn on your cloud install openstack HAVANA Nova

Overview

Nova is the compute component of OpenStack. It is the component that allows you to run multiple instances of virtual machines on any number of hosts running the OpenStack Compute service. Nova compute is analogous to Amazon's EC2 (Elastic Compute Read More →

Turn on your cloud install openstack HAVANA Cinder

Overview

Cinder is the service which provides storage volumes to be used by the instances just like Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS). For this setup I am using a iscsi target to mount a LUN on my controller and feed it Read More →

Turn on your cloud install openstack HAVANA Glance

Overview

Glance is the Image Service that stores images and snapshots for OpenStack environment. It is the service that allows you to register, discover, and retrieve virtual machine images for use in OpenStack environment.

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Turn on your cloud install openstack HAVANA keystone

Overview

All OpenStack services/components use REST based APIs (A REST API uses the four HTTP methods GET, POST, PUT and DELETE to execute different operations) to interact with each other. Each component in Openstack depends on its API endpoints: nova-api, glance-api, Read More →

Turn on your cloud install openstack HAVANA introduction

Overview

OpenStack is a cloud computing project to provide an infrastructure as a service (IaaS). It is free open source software released under the terms of the Apache License. You can install it using devstack, which is great if you are Read More →
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