English | 2014 | ISBN: 978-1-491-94695-4 | 330 Pages | PDF, EPUB | 28 MB
Learn how to design, build, and maintain an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud that runs on commodity hardware with OpenStack, the community-driven open source platform. This practical guide shows you how to create an architecture for your cloud network and perform the required day-to-day administration tasks.
Designed for scalability, OpenStack allows you to integrate several different technologies to construct a cloud. This approach provides great flexibility, but the number of options might be bewildering at first. After you complete this book, you’ll know which questions to ask, and understand how to organize compute, networking, and storage resources.
Written by a team of experienced developers and OpenStack contributors, topics include:
- Provisioning and deployment
- Cloud controller design
- Horizontal scaling and load balancing
- Compute nodes, storage decisions, and network design
- An example architecture to get you started
- A working environment for examining your cloud
- Managing projects and users
- User-facing operations
- Maintenance, failures, and debugging
- Network troubleshooting
- Logging and monitoring
- Backup and recovery
- Options for customizing OpenStack
- Advanced configuration
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