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  Build the cloud on Linux!  This year looks very promising for Linux when it comes to building your private cloud using open source technologies.  Finally, Linux-based software and application

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Linux Cloud Technologies 2013

Install OpenStack Grizzly on Fedora 19 with Quantum Networking

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by on August 14, 2013 at 7:35 pm

I recently registered for an watched a Red Hat online seminar, Taste of Training for the upcoming Red Hat Open Stack course.  Up until very recently, Red Hat OpenStack was only a technology preview, but now Red Hat is offering full support for OpenStack as part of it’s Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure product suite.

If you’re already familiar with OpenStack and/or Fedora, you can refer to this ’3 step’ guide from Red Hat:  http://openstack.redhat.com/Quickstart  Since you’re using Fedora 19, you’re not likely going to actually be able to complete the install in 3 steps as the guide suggests.  I have found there are numerous steps that must/should be modified for a smooth installation, and I have compiled those steps here for my readers.

What I’m going to outline here are some of the necessary tips and methods I gleaned from hours of frustration.  I also hope to include pretty screen shots for your convenience :).

I also intend to use Quantum networking, and (coming soon) GlusterFS as cinder storage.

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Install vSphere CLI in CentOS 6

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by on May 7, 2013 at 4:04 pm

I recently installed VMware’s vSphere CLI 5.1 tools on a CentOS 6 x86_64 VM.  Despite the rather reassuring documentation released by VMware, installing these tools was no simple task.  I will outline the steps that I took for a successful installation of the vSphere CLI software, as some of it is not very obvious, especially for beginners.

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Linux Cloud Technologies 2013

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by on February 7, 2013 at 7:53 pm

 

Build The Cloud On Linux!

Build The Cloud On Linux!

Build the cloud on Linux!  This year looks very promising for Linux when it comes to building your private cloud using open source technologies.  Finally, Linux-based software and applications for building and managing your private cloud are coming to maturity.  Look forward to more articles on creating and integrating your Linux Cloud throughout 2013!

On this page, you will find brief overview / review of different technologies available today that can help you move forward with building a successful cloud deployment.

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