Total Cost of Ownership: AWS TCO vs OpenStack TCO Q&A External link
Amar Kapadia - October 17, 2016

Here are some of the questions from a lively discussion about the Total Cost of Ownership of OpenStack clouds versus running infrastructure on Amazon Web Services,

Auto-remediation: making an Openstack cloud self-healing
Mykyta Gubenko and Alexander Sakhnov - October 12, 2016

The bigger the Openstack cloud you have, the bigger the operation challenges you will face.

Develop Cloud Applications for OpenStack on Murano, Day 5: Uploading and troubleshooting the app
Evgeniy Mashkin - October 7, 2016

We're in the home stretch! So far we've guilt the Murano app to deploy Plone, and we're finally ready to deploy the app to Murano.

Develop Cloud Applications for OpenStack on Murano, Day 4: The application, part 2: Creating the Murano App
Evgeniy Mashkin - October 6, 2016

We've explained what Murano is, created an OpenStack cluster with Murano, and built the main script that will install our application. Now it's time to actually package PloneServerApp for Murano.

Develop Cloud Applications for OpenStack on Murano, Day 3: The application, part 1: Understanding Plone deployment
Evgeniy Mashkin - October 5, 2016

We've talked about what Murano is and why you need it and we put together the development environment. Now let's start building the actual Murano App.

Develop Cloud Applications for OpenStack on Murano, Day 2: Creating the Development Environment
Evgeniy Mashkin - October 4, 2016

In part 1 of this series, we talked about what Murano is, and why you'd want to use it as a platform for developing applications. Now we'll help you get set up for doing the actual development.

Develop Cloud Applications for OpenStack on Murano, Day 1: What is Murano, and why do I need it?
Evgeniy Mashkin - October 3, 2016

The OpenStack Murano project makes it possible for you to create an application without having to worry about resources, placement, scheduling, creating virtual machines, networking, etc.

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.