Category Archives: Murano

Develop Cloud Applications for OpenStack on Murano, Day 5: Uploading and troubleshooting the app

We’re in the home stretch! So far, we’ve explained what Murano is, created an OpenStack cluster with Murano, built the main script that will install our application, and packaged it as a Murano app. We’re finally ready to deploy the … Continue reading

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Develop Cloud Applications for OpenStack on Murano, Day 3: The application, part 1: Understanding Plone deployment

OK, so so far, in Part 1 we talked about what Murano is and why you need it, and in Part 2 we put together the development environment, which consists of a text editor and a small OpenStack cluster with … Continue reading

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Develop Cloud Applications for OpenStack on Murano, Day 2: Creating the Development Environment

In part 1 of this series, we talked about what Murano is, and why you’d want to use it as a platform for developing end user applications. Now in part 2 we’ll help you get set up for doing the … Continue reading

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Develop Cloud Applications for OpenStack on Murano, Part 1: What is Murano, and why do I need it?

So many apps, so little time. Developing applications for cloud can be a complicated process; you need to think about resources, placement, scheduling, creating virtual machines, networking… or do you?  The OpenStack Murano project makes it possible for you to … Continue reading

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OpenStack Community App Catalog Review: Issue #3

Welcome back to the Community App Catalog Digest, where we keep you up to date on project goings-on. At the March 3 meeting, Chris Aedo nominated Kirill Zaitsev to the app-catalog and app-catalog-ui core teams, and as of the time of … Continue reading

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Install WordPress (or other Murano apps) on OpenStack with a few clicks

“You have to provide a smartphone-like experience in order to get people using your cloud platform” – Erica Brescia, COO and co-founder of Bitnami We talk a lot about OpenStack itself, but the whole idea is to run applications on … Continue reading

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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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Murano, Kubernetes, and multi-cloud environments in OpenStack (Q&A)

There’s lots of talk about multi-cloud environments, but not everyone realizes it’s already possible to create a single cloud that can span, say, OpenStack and Google Container Engine.  Last month Bhasker Nallapothula of Biarca joined Mirantis’ Ihor Dvoretskyi and John Jainschigg in … 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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