Linux.com

Home News Enterprise Computing Cloud Computing Installing Rackspace's OpenStack Private Cloud In 20 Minutes Or Less

Installing Rackspace's OpenStack Private Cloud In 20 Minutes Or Less

Being an application developer with a very limited attention span, my test of any new technology or product is how quickly can I write my “Hello World” application. The Rackspace Private Cloud, which is based on OpenStack, is intended for a full-fledged data center with a number of compute, storage and network requirements, but I was still hoping to install it in just a few minutes.

My “Hello World” exercise was defined as follows:

 

  • To be able to install the product from scratch
  • To try out some basic OpenStack CLI commands, such as keystone, glance and nova
  • To be able to spin up instance(s) using Horizon (the GUI-based interface for OpenStack)
  • To be able to log in to the instance(s)

Read more at the Rackspace Blog.

 

 

Comments

Subscribe to Comments Feed

Upcoming Linux Foundation Courses

  1. LFS230 Linux Network Management
    06 Oct » 09 Oct - Virtual
    Details
  2. LFS416 Linux Security
    06 Oct » 09 Oct - Washington
    Details
  3. LFD331 Developing Linux Device Drivers
    13 Oct » 17 Oct - Virtual
    Details

View All Upcoming Courses

Become an Individual Member
Check out the Friday Funnies

Sign Up For the Linux.com Newsletter


Who we are ?

The Linux Foundation is a non-profit consortium dedicated to the growth of Linux.

More About the foundation...

Frequent Questions

Join / Linux Training / Board