Production Ready OpenStack - Recipes for Successful Environments

 
 
Packt Publishing Limited
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 12. Oktober 2015
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  • 210 Seiten
 
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978-1-78398-691-0 (ISBN)
 
Over 90 practical and highly applicable recipes to successfully deploy various OpenStack configurations in productionAbout This BookGet a deep understanding of OpenStack's internal structure and servicesLearn real-world examples on how to build and configure various production grade use cases for each of OpenStack's servicesUse a step-by-step approach to install and configure OpenStack's services to provide Compute, Storage, and Networking as a services for cloud workloadsWho This Book Is ForIf you have a basic understanding of Linux and Cloud computing and want to learn about configurations that OpenStack supports, this is the book for you. Knowledge of virtualization and managing Linux environments is expected. Prior knowledge or experience of OpenStack is not required, although beneficial.What You Will LearnPlan an installation of OpenStack with a basic configurationDeploy OpenStack in a highly available configurationConfigure Keystone Identity services with multiple types of identity backendsConfigure Glance Image Store with File, NFS, Swift, or Ceph image backends and use local image cachingDesign Cinder to use a single storage provider such as LVM, Ceph, and NFS backends, or to use multiple storage backends simultaneouslyManage and configure the OpenStack networking backendConfigure OpenStack's compute hypervisor and the instance scheduling mechanismBuild and customize the OpenStack dashboardIn DetailOpenStack is the most popular open source cloud platform used by organizations building internal private clouds and by public cloud providers. OpenStack is designed in a fully distributed architecture to provide Infrastructure as a Service, allowing us to maintain a massively scalable cloud infrastructure. OpenStack is developed by a vibrant community of open source developers who come from the largest software companies in the world.The book provides a comprehensive and practical guide to the multiple uses cases and configurations that OpenStack supports. This book simplifies the learning process by guiding you through how to install OpenStack in a single controller configuration.The book goes deeper into deploying OpenStack in a highly available configuration. You'll then configure Keystone Identity Services using LDAP, Active Directory, or the MySQL identity provider and configure a caching layer and SSL. After that, you will configure storage back-end providers for Glance and Cinder, which will include Ceph, NFS, Swift, and local storage. Then you will configure the Neutron networking service with provider network VLANs, and tenant network VXLAN and GRE.Also, you will configure Nova's Hypervisor with KVM, and QEMU emulation, and you will configure Nova's scheduler filters and weights. Finally, you will configure Horizon to use Apache HTTPD and SSL, and you will customize the dashboard's appearance.Style and approachThis book consists of clear, concise instructions coupled with practical and applicable recipes that will enable you to use and implement the latest features of OpenStack.
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Arthur Berezin is an active member of the OpenStack community and a hands-on OpenStacker since the early Essex release of OpenStack in 2012. During this time Arthur has built multiple production data centers based on OpenStack, helped dozens of organizations in planning their OpenStack environments, and in executing their software defined data center strategy. Prior to OpenStack, Arthur worked on KVM virtualization management project oVirt/RHEV and open source virtualization management technologies for production mission critical environments.
Arthur is the Director of Product for Cloudify at GigaSpaces. He works on open-source and open-standard cloud application orchestration platform with cloud aware applications in mind that run natively on OpenStack and other private and public clouds. Prior to Cloudify, Arthur was a Senior Technical Product Manager for OpenStack at Red Hat, Product Owner of Keystone, Heat, Horizon, RHEL OpenStack Platform Installer (Foreman/Puppet based Project Staypuft), Packstack, and OpenStack High Availability.
In the past 14 years, Arthur has served in various management and technical positions in the high-tech industry, including working as a founder and technical lead of a start up, a product line lead, Linux consultant, technical pre/post sales, and as a Linux Instructor, where he prepared students to pass the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) exams. You can find Arthur on Twitter as @ArthurBerezin or on his blog at www.Berezins.com.
  • Cover
  • Copyright
  • Credits
  • About the Author
  • About the Reviewers
  • www.PacktPub.com
  • Table of Contents
  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: Introduction to OpenStack and its Deployment Using Packages
  • Introduction
  • Configuring hosts prerequisites
  • Installing MariaDB database
  • Installing RabbitMQ
  • Installing Keystone - Identity service
  • Generating and configuring tokens PKIs
  • Installing Glance - images service
  • Installing Nova - Compute service
  • Installing Neutron - networking service
  • Configuring Neutron network node
  • Configuring compute node for Neutron
  • Installing Horizon - web user interface dashboard
  • Chapter 2: Deploying OpenStack Using Staypuft OpenStack Installer
  • Introduction
  • Setting up the environment
  • Installing Staypuft packages
  • Discovering hosts for provisioning
  • Creating a new OpenStack deployment
  • Configuring a network
  • Allocating hosts to roles
  • Configuring host networking
  • Deploying OpenStack
  • Chapter 3: Deploying Highly Available OpenStack
  • Introduction
  • Installing Pacemaker
  • Installing HAProxy
  • Configuring Galera cluster for MariaDB
  • Installing RabbitMQ with mirrored queues
  • Configuring highly available OpenStack services
  • Chapter 4: Keystone Identity Service
  • Introduction
  • Configuring Keystone with the MariaDB backend
  • Generating and configuring tokens PKIs
  • Configuring Keystone with Microsoft Active Directory and LDAP
  • Configuring Keystone caching with Memcached
  • Securing Keystone with SSL
  • Chapter 5: Glance Image Service
  • Introduction
  • Configuring Glance with the local file backend
  • Configuring Glance with the NFS backend
  • Configuring Glance with the Swift backend
  • Configuring Glance with the Ceph backend
  • Configuring Glance image caching
  • Configuring the Glance image size limit and storage quota
  • Chapter 6: Cinder Block Storage Service
  • Introduction
  • Configuring Cinder with the logical volume management backend driver
  • Configuring Cinder with the Ceph RADOS block device backend driver
  • Configuring Cinder with the Network File System (NFS) backend driver
  • Configuring Cinder with the Ceph RBD backup driver
  • Configuring Cinder with multiple backends
  • Configuring Cinder scheduler filters and weighers
  • Chapter 7: Neutron Networking Service
  • Introduction
  • Configuring Neutron VLAN provider network with ML2 and LinuxBridge
  • Configuring Neutron VXLAN and GRE tenant networks using Open vSwitch
  • Configuring the L3 agent with Open vSwitch
  • Configuring the DHCP service agent
  • Configuring LoadBalancer as a service
  • Configuring Firewall as a Service
  • Chapter 8: Nova-Compute Service
  • Introduction
  • Configuring Nova Hypervisors
  • Configuring Nova-compute with KVM Hypervisor
  • Configuring Nova-compute with a QEMU Hypervisor emulation
  • Configuring Nova scheduler filters
  • Configuring Nova host aggregates
  • Configuring Nova host aggregates filters
  • Configuring Nova scheduler weights
  • Chapter 9: Horizon Dashboard Service
  • Introduction
  • Securing Horizon with Secure Socket Layer
  • Configuring Horizon caching with memcached
  • Customizing Horizon dashboard appearance
  • Index

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