Sunday, June 4, 2017

Deloy OpenStack with Munaro using Fuel


You can get all of the details about Mirantis OpenStack in the Official Mirantis OpenStack Documentation, but here are the basic steps. You can follow them on Windows, Mac, or Linux; in my case, I’m using a laptop running Mac OS X with 8GB RAM; we’ll create virtual machines rather than trying to cobble together multiple pieces of hardware:
  1. If you don’t already have it installed, download and install Oracle VirtualBox. In this tutorial we’ll use VirtualBox 5.1.2 for OS X (VirtualBox-5.1.2-108956-OSX.dmg).
  2. Download and install the Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack. (Make sure you use the right download for your version of VirtualBox. In my case, that meansOracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack-5.1.2-108956.vbox-extpack.)
  3. Download the Mirantis OpenStack image.
  4. Download the Mirantis OpenStack VirtualBox Scripts..
  5. Unzip the script archive and copy the Mirantis OpenStack .ISO image to thevirtualbox/iso folder.
  6. You can optionally edit config.sh if you want to set up a custom password or edit network settings. There are a lot of detailed comments, so it will not be a problem to configure your main parameters.
  7. From the command line, launch the launch.sh script.
  8. Unless you’ve changed your configuration, when the scripts finish you’ll have one Fuel Master Node VM and three slave VMs running in VirtualBox.
 Please Note this material is from the following link:

https://www.mirantis.com/blog/how-to-develop-cloud-applications-for-openstack-using-murano-part-2-creating-the-development-environment/
 

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