Category Archives: deployment

What now??? (or, From zero to OpenStack-hosted website in 4 easy steps)

Everyone thinks that the hard part is deploying OpenStack, but really, with the right distribution (such as Mirantis OpenStack) that’s actually not a big deal. Once you’ve done that, how do you actually get something useful out of it?  In … Continue reading

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A quick look at Fuel in Mirantis OpenStack 8.0

Fuel is an OpenStack Big Tent project that helps users successfully configure, deploy, and manage their OpenStack private cloud environments. Fuel’s easy-to-use wizard walks you through the process of initial environment configuration, and the interface makes it easy to assign … Continue reading

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Fuel Becomes an OpenStack Project under Big Tent

The OpenStack Big Tent just got a whole lot bigger. The Technical Committee has voted in the largest OpenStack project yet: Fuel. Fuel is an open source deployment and management tool for OpenStack. It’s a lesser-known project, but it’s huge, … Continue reading

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3 Myths of OpenStack Distros: Myth #1 – They’re all the same

As OpenStack gains acceptance and adoption, enterprises and other users are searching for the best way to make use of it. The OpenStack market is home to numerous distributions, or distros, including our popular pure-play distribution, called Mirantis OpenStack. When … Continue reading

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