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Configure Swift on OpenStack Ocata standalone with Kolla

Author image Simon Guyennet on OpenStack, Kolla, Cloud, AIO, All In One, Standalone, Storage

Swift is an OpenStack project which provides object storage to your cloud infrastructure. It is a high available and distributed service, which allows you to store configuration files, images, ISO, etc. safely and also allows you to access them easily. Swift is to OpenStack what S3 is to AWS. Prerequisites If you haven't done so yet, you need to Install and configure OpenStack Ocata with Kolla as a standalone. You also need to add three new 50 GB disks to the Ubuntu 16.04 virtual machine built in the previous article. In this lab, the new 50 GB disks will...

Configure Cinder on OpenStack Ocata standalone with Kolla

Author image Simon Guyennet on OpenStack, Kolla, Cloud, AIO, All In One, Standalone, Storage

Cinder is an OpenStack project which provides block storage to your cloud infrastructure. It allows you to configure and manage persistent storage for your virtual machine instances. Prerequisites If you haven't done so yet, you need to Install and configure OpenStack Ocata with Kolla as a standalone. You also need to add a new 100 GB disk to the Ubuntu 16.04 virtual machine built in the previous article. In this lab, the new 100 GB disk will be /dev/sdb. Prepare Ubuntu for Cinder LVM 1- Create a physical volume. $ sudo pvcreate /dev/sdb 2- Create a volume group....

Install and configure OpenStack Ocata with Kolla as a standalone

Author image Simon Guyennet on OpenStack, Kolla, Cloud, AIO, All In One, Standalone

Kolla is an OpenStack project focused on deploying, maintaining, and upgrading easily production OpenStack clouds following the community best practices. To achieve this goal, Kolla uses two main technologies: Ansible automation scripts and Docker containers. As you will see, it is really easy to deploy and maintain OpenStack using Kolla. Prerequisites For this lab, we will deploy Ocata which is the last stable version of OpenStack on a single machine. This kind of deployment is also known as All-In-One (AIO). Kolla is supported on CentOS, Oracle Linux and Ubuntu. Linux distribution We will use a Ubuntu 16.04 VM with...