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I recently gave you an intro to my talk at the Hong Kong OpenStack Summit about Neutron namespaces. One of the commenters had seen the video of my talk and requested that we post the slideshow. In this post, I will show you how to: Identify the correct namespace. Perform general troubleshooting around the identified namespace. And, I will also share my presentation …
This is the fourth and final post by speakers at the Hong Kong OpenStack Summit. Today we feature a preview of the talk by Damian Igbe about OpenStack Neutron Namespaces and IPtables, scheduled for November 8, from 4:10 pm to 4:50 pm. To see the full list and descriptions of Mirantis talks, please check out the schedule. Namespaces enable multiple instances of a routing table …
Editor’s note: We will be talking briefly about live migration in the What’s New in OpenStack Havana webcast next week, but Damian had such a great explanation of how to actually do it that we wanted to put it out here so you can see it in action. Live migration is the movement of a live instance from one compute node …