OpenStack Logo This post guides you to configure OpenStack image service, code-named Glance, on the controller node. We will configure glance to store images locally on the controller node. Before going ahead make sure you have configured KeyStone service. If you have not configured KeyStone yet, you can go through the below two posts. OpenStack
OpenStack Logo This is guide takes you to the second part of configuring OpenStack identity service on controller node, you can also go through the previous article on configuring KeyStone #1. Here we will be covering service entity and API end point creations. Create the service entity and API endpoint: To create the service entity
OpenStack Logo Keystone is the OpenStack identity service, it provides the functionality of tracking users and their permissions; catalog functions via API endpoints. It doesn’t actually provide you any user management functions, rather, it provides plug-in interfaces to choose between current authentication service or third-party identity services that are available on the market. Before going
OpenStack Logo OpenStack is an open source cloud computing platform, provides solution for infrastructure as a service. OpenStack consists of multiple component put together for providing IaaS, components are listed below with its use. Components: COMPONENT NAME USE Compute (Nova) Manages virtual machines Object Storage (Swift) Manages storage across cloud Block Storage (Cinder) Manages storage
What is Xen®? The Xen® hypervisor, the most powerful open source industry standard for virtualization, it offers powerful, efficient, and secure feature set for virtualization of x86, x86_64, IA64, ARM, and other CPU architectures. It supports a wide range of guest operating systems including Windows®, Linux®, Solaris®, and various versions of the BSD operating systems.