How we deployed OpenStack with OpenStack-Ansible 

OpenStack-Ansible allows you to deploy production-grade OpenStack cloud on LXC containers. OSAD(openstack ansible deployment project) enables you to rollout  hasssle-free OpenStack updates and this is only one of many uses. It directly pulls code from git source rather than packages from distributions. But for now we will only be focusing on the OpesStack deployment.

Hardware we used is as follows.

  • osad   (4 cores, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, 2 NICs)
  • osad1 (8 cores, 64GB RAM, two 500GB HDD, 4 NICs )
  • osad2 (8 cores, 32GB RAM, two 500GB HDD, 4 NICs)
  • a vlan enabled switch

 

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Author: Dilip Renkila

A Cloud enthusiast.

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