Tag: OpenStack

Use OpenStack to build experience and lessons in the Packet platform process

[Editor's note] Packet is a company that is set up soon, they are mainly to provide users based on bare-metal server IaaS, the author of this paper is the Packet platform VP, the author tells the story of their building Packet platform motivation and in the construction process What are the problems? By migrating OpenStack's […]

OpenStack Kolla project introduction

Kolla is part of the TripleO project, focusing on how to use the Docker container to deploy OpenStack services. The project started in September 2014 and is currently available in two versions, an OpenStack incubation project. Kolla project Kolla is part of the TripleO project, focusing on how to deploy OpenStack services using Docker containers. […]

Mesos vs OpenStack? Who is the future of a private cloud?

[Editor's note] This article is a question on Quora , the questioner for the future development trend of private cloud is puzzled, Mesos and OpenStack relationship is what, whether they can replace each other? Experts from Mesosphere and Rackspace have interpreted this issue from the functions and product positioning of OpenStack and Mesos. The relationship […]

Existing OpenStack and Docker integrated project similarities and subsequent development trends?

OpenStack community in order to integrate Docker, made a lot of attempts, such as: Nova + Docker driver, Heat + Docker driver, but there are some problems. In order to better inherit with Docker, the community has come out of several new projects: Magnum, Murano, Solum. Well, the question came: 1) What are the priorities […]

Private cloud myth: what is the future?

[Editor's note] A very good article, the author from the current plight of OpenStack talk about, talk to the background of the private cloud, and then introduced the history of cloud computing. From the original intention of cloud computing and the popular distributed applications now extend their core view: the server and the virtual machine […]

DockOne Technology Sharing (6): Sina Sce Docker Best Practices

[Editor's Note] This article mainly from the IaaS perspective, sharing SCE through what kind of practice to support the upper product line containerization demands. First talk about why we do support Docker technology this thing, and then introduce all aspects of Docker support practice. Finally, some of the experiences and trampled pits are summarized in […]

DockOne Technology Sharing (8): OpenStack Magnum Community and Project Introduction

[Editor's Note] Today, we mainly introduce you to the Magnum community and Magnum project some of the introduction. Magnum up to now, the function is not really a lot of hope that through this opportunity and we can discuss a lot, to see how to make Magnum better container services. 1.Magnum community Mangum should now […]

Managing Docker Containers with OpenStack (1)

[Editor's Note] This article will explain how to use OpenStack to create and manage Docker, there are three popular use, using the Nova Docker driver, Heat Docker plug-in, and Magnum. This article is divided into two parts, the first part, will introduce the Nova Docker driver usage. The second part is about the Heat Docker […]

Managing Docker Containers with OpenStack (2)

[Editor's Note] This article will explain how to use OpenStack to create and manage Docker, there are three popular use, using the Nova Docker driver, Heat Docker plug-in, and Magnum. This article is divided into two parts, the first part that will introduce the Nova Docker driver usage, the second part is about the Heat […]

OpenShift 3, Red Hat will be the power of the container to the developer

[Editor's Note] Red Hat recently released two new products: First, OpenShift 3, there is the Red Hat Atomic Enterprise platform, more emphasis on the application of container technology in the product, while Red Hat will be the use of container technology focus In the development of the body, so that the container technology to become […]

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