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Chinese retail giant Bailian Group transitions from brick and mortar to omni-channel commerce by using OpenStack and DevOps for increased innovation, faster time-to-market, and efficient operations.

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In shared-nothing architecture, a distributed system can scale without limits by removing single points of contention. Learn about pros and cons of deploying OpenStack with a shared-nothing paradigm.

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Now we’re going to get deeper into Kubernetes development by looking at creating new Docker images so you can deploy your own applications and make them available to other people.

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Bifrost let’s you easily create a custom ansible role and simultaneously deploy any number of bare metal servers in automation mode.

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Decapod is a standalone solution that simplifies deployment of Ceph clusters and the management of their lifecycles.

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OpenStack depends on message queues, so it’s crucial that you have the best possible setup. Most deployments include RabbitMQ, so let’s take a few minutes to look at best practices.

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This is a brief overview of the Security track at the OpenStack Summit in Barcelona. Spend five minutes to keep up with the state of security developments.

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For subscriber-aware applications, the agility of NFV can be easily lost, but you can recover that agility by using a built-in vUDR, or Subscriber Data Management as a Service.

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Finally, you’re ready to actually interact with the Kubernetes API that you installed.

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To access the Kubernetes cluster we created, we’re going to create a Ubuntu VM, then configure it to access the Kubernetes API we just deployed.

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