Category Archives: Magnum

How do I build a containerized app on Mirantis OpenStack with native Docker tools?

Last month, we talked about the pros and cons of some of the different ways to handle containers in OpenStack, including native tools, Murano applications, and Magnum-based operations.  Before we get too deep into how to create different types of … Continue reading

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Magnum vs Murano: An OpenStack container strategy

If the last 18 months or so have shown us anything, it’s that containerized development is here to stay. And why not?  Containers are small, they don’t take a lot of resources, they’re portable, they start quickly … what’s not … Continue reading

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53 things that are new in OpenStack Liberty

Another autumn, another OpenStack release.  OpenStack’s 12th release, Liberty, is due on October 15, and release candidates are already being made available.  But what can we expect from the last six months of development? Even as recently as a couple … Continue reading

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