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This new release delivers high availability for virtual machines, plus storage, security, and networking features enabling increased performance for I/O-intensive workloads Introduced just six months ago, Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes represents the culmination of years of engineering experience building, deploying and operating open source cloud solutions. The result, in short, is the most consumable, operationally docile, and performant OpenStack distribution available. Cloud …
At the Tokyo Summit, we provided an operational comparison of the two major OpenStack distros — Mirantis OpenStack 7.0 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 7 (OSP7).
OpenStack is meant to be pluggable; you should be able to swap out components as necessary (or desired). Normally, we’re talking about hardware–as long as you have the proper drivers, you can use pretty much any hardware to run your OpenStack cloud–but it also applies to additional systems such as Software Defined Networking components.
The 5.0.1 maintenance release for Mirantis OpenStack, which has now reached general availability, represents a big milestone for the product. For those who have already installed Mirantis OpenStack 5.0, this will be the first time that you can upgrade the Fuel Master Node in place and retain management of your existing 5.0 environments. No need to redeploy!