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The Fuel tool, an open source deployment and management tool for OpenStack, supports community projects and plugins, including an LBaaS plugin. In this article we take a brief look at how that works.


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This step-by-step video demo by Mirantis' Eric Ji shows how use of a new Fuel Plugin automates and simplifies deployment of Juniper Contrail Networking with a new Mirantis OpenStack 6.1 cluster. The Fuel Plugin eliminates numerous complex manual integration steps, enabling rapid configuration of a production-grade Juniper Contrail Networking deployment with full controller HA — reducing potential for error and …


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As noted in this week's release Mirantis has announced Mirantis Unlocked, a unique program for enabling partners, testing and certifying their solutions. The Unlocked program builds on Mirantis' long experience with transparent, collaborative process and community contribution — partners will find participation simple and collaborative, with a short timeline to market. Customers, meanwhile, can count on Mirantis and Unlocked partners …


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The video embedded below contains an EMC World interview, conducted last week with Mirantis Chairman and co-founder, Alex Freedland, on the topic of Mirantis' burgeoning partnership with EMC, most recently represented in the certification of EMC's VNX family, ScaleIO and XTremeIO universal, scale-up and scale-out/distributed storage solutions. To learn more about those solutions and download EMC's Reference Architecture, please visit …


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The workload layer is user land, owned and controlled by users. At the workload layer, customers and end users expect to add new services and evolve them at a fast pace, while still maintaining full control of their destiny. To make these users successful, we need to arm them with a powerful framework that enables them to create and manage these services; a framework that give users full control, allowing them to innovate at their own pace, minimizing the dependency on the OpenStack upstream community to create and maintain those services. With the recent release of Murano in Kilo we are providing such a framework.


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Today the OpenStack Foundation launched the community app catalog, an initiative driven by the foundation, but made possible through the support of many community members who have helped build the catalog as well as contributed their apps. Industry giants like Oracle and Google have combined forces with infrastructure innovators like Apcera, CoreOS, ActiveState and others in support of this effort.


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Many people have compared OpenStack’s rise to that of Linux 20 years ago. From humble beginnings and to the surprise of some, Linux became a juggernaut. It struggled mightily at first — widespread large-scale adoptions of Linux didn’t happen for nearly 7 years — but it deeply changed the tech industry. OpenStack is going through the same journey, but far faster. In less than five years, OpenStack has become a transformation engine, with its own foundation, thousands of developers and hundreds of companies deploying on it.


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If you’re building applications for OpenStack and deploying them with Docker containers, you need a powerful, usable management tool to integrate with OpenStack. That tool is Kubernetes.


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Testing OpenStack cloud should go beyond just making sure “everything works,” which is really just the tip of the iceberg for meeting customer expectations. The cloud must also scale.


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While cyber attacks are evolving, we’re also developing better diagnostics and tools to combat the threats.