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Often, customers who ask us to deploy OpenStack cloud also engage us to work on capacity planning – that is, the OpenStack hardware configuration, on which to run the cloud. We recently offered a webcast in which we elaborate on this topic in more detail. In the simplest scenario, a customer might have some number of physical servers set aside for …


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Now that version 0.2 of Project Savanna is out, it’s time to start looking at what will be coming up in version 0.3. The goal for this next development phase is to provide elastic data processing (EDP) capabilities, creating a Savanna component that enables data analysis and transformation in an easy and resource-effective way, running a Hadoop cluster only when …


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One of the things that's great about the semi-annual OpenStack summit is that it provides a different venue for bringing the community up to speed on work we've done across the broad variety of customers and OpenStack use cases across the open source cloud marketplace. Naturally, a lot of this works turns into code and commits, but there's still a …


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Wanna monetize with OpenStack? Congrats and welcome to the club. “How do you sell products and services into the OpenStack marketplace?” is a question we get asked all the time. So in this post, I’ve put down some of what we’ve learned – to help you get started, as well as maybe to improve your sales pitch in case you’ve …


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We’re thrilled with the latest version of Fuel that was just released on August 7th and wanted to share a quick run down of what’s new in the release. We hope that these improvements help you in using Fuel to get OpenStack up and running more quickly and with less hassle than ever before. The three biggest advancements in Fuel for …


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A few weeks ago we told you about OpenStack's orchestration component, code-named Heat. Heat is designed to assist in the installation and management of your OpenStack clusters. One of the more compelling functions you can accomplish using Heat is auto scaling your cluster up and down as the workload demands. For example, you might add another host machine if CPU is …


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This post is the seventth of a continuing series of interviews with OpenStack Project Technical Leads on our Mirantis blog. Our goal is to educate the broader tech community and help people understand how they can contribute to and benefit from OpenStack. Naturally, these are the opinions of the interviewee, not of Mirantis. Here the interview is with Gabriel Hurley, OpenStack …


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If you’ve seen OpenStack Swift, you already know it’s an extremely dynamic and flexible project with many ongoing proposals and plans: object encryption, erasure codes, and many other smaller updates in different directions of development abound. The latest and very recent Swift release is 1.9.0 and it features full global clusters support. What that means is an opportunity to distribute …