Openstack

openstack

General Section (Mildly-Technical/Non-Technical)

Introduction to Openstack

This article is basically for the newbie and covers the brief Introduction to Openstack and its various components.

Networking in OpenStack : Panoramic view

This article describes the basic introduction to Openstack Neutron ,  different types of network modes and plugin available in Openstack Networking.

Contributing to Openstack as a non-developer

Article speaks of how to you could be contributing to Openstack as a non-developer.

Learn to Navigate cloud with out being hit by lightening. Getting started on cloud for newbies.

This article speaks of how a newbie should start with this domain and what are the prerequisites and how to fullfill them.

Technical Section

Messaging in Openstack using RabbitMQ

This article explains how Openstack is dependent on RabbitMQ and how does it use it internally.

Request Flow for Provisioning Instance in Openstack

This article deals with the request flow and the component interaction of various projects under Openstack at the time of provisioning an Instance (VM) . The end result will be booting up a VM.

Introduction to Tempest: An OpenStack Integration test Suite

This article explains the basics of the Openstack test suite, tempest along with the setting up, running, debugging  tempest.

Introduction to Neutron : Networking as a Service in Openstack

This article introduces you to Neutron and its capabilities.

Cinder (Block Storage) : Creation of volume – request flow

Cinder provides block-storage aka hard disks to the virtual machines. To know more on how new volumes are created read this article.

3 Responses to Openstack

  1. Kiran Murari says:

    Appreciate the effort…..

  2. Darc says:

    its really great explanation of whats going on inside the beast(openstack)……I appreciate your help and effort to share your knowledge……

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