RHEL compute nodes in Mirantis OpenStack
Dmitriy Novakovskiy - July 6, 2016

The same set of OpenStack controllers can easily manage multiple types of hypervisors, such as KVM, vSphere, and XenServer.

Mirantis Training Blog: What’s the best architecture for multiple OpenStack component databases?
Todd Bowman, Mirantis Training - June 30, 2016

Most OpenStack components store state in an SQL database. By design, the databases do not have to be on the same database server.

Partners and the Mirantis Unlocked validation program — Part 2: Fuel Plugins
Evgeniya Shumakher, Ilya Stechkin - June 20, 2016

If you are a vendor who wants to add functionality to deployments of OpenStack (or even just to Fuel), you can choose to contribute to the Fuel project directly, or you can create a plugin.

What now??? (or, From zero to OpenStack-hosted website in 4 easy steps)
Nick Chase - May 26, 2016

Everyone thinks that the hard part is deploying OpenStack, but really, with the right distribution it's easy. Once you've done that, how do you actually get something useful out of it?

How do I write tooling for the OpenStack APIs? What are RESTful web services?
Reza Roodsari, Mirantis Training - May 11, 2016

There are three ways to use the OpenStack APIs: straight REST, the SDKs, and the CLI.

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Creating an RPC over RabbitMQ PoC in OpenStack: What is Tavrida?
Sergey Bunatyan, Aleksei Zasimov - April 11, 2016

In this world of microservices, RPC is becoming more important than ever, and perhaps nowhere is that more true than in OpenStack, which uses messaging at its core.

OpenStack:Unlocked (21-Mar-16 « NEWS « 03-Apr-16)
OpenStack:Unlocked - April 5, 2016

Intel partners with CoreOS, Mirantis, and Google to put OpenStack on Kubernetes

Mirantis Training Blog: What are the Benefits of SDN?
Chad Miller - March 29, 2016

What are the Benefits of SDN? In this month's Mirantis Training blog, we tackle this common question.

OpenStack:Unlocked (07-Mar-16 « NEWS « 20-Mar-16)
Nick Chase, OpenStack:Unlocked - March 22, 2016

A new survey shows growing OpenStack adoption and what's still holding it back, Rackspace enhances their bare metal service, and the next OpenStack release is almost here.

What is OpenStack Ironic, and why does bare metal matter?
Serge Kovaleff, Pavlo Shchelokovsky, Yuriн Zveryansky, Vlad Drok, Vasyl Saienko, Anton Arefiev, Andrey Shestakov - March 11, 2016

One of the more significant additions to Mirantis OpenStack 8.0 is integration of OpenStack Ironic into Fuel, so we thought it would be a good idea to talk about what Ironic is and how it can give you bare metal performance with virtualization convenience.

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