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OpenStack Havana All-in-One Lab: Cinder addition for Block Storage

It seems like forever ago that we began, and it’s time to keep the ball rolling with our OpenStack Havana All-in-One build on VMware Workstation series that had become idle in the last little while. Lot’s of great feedback has been coming in and one of the key things that we wanted to do to get to our next step …

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OpenStack Havana All-in-One Lab: Using the Horizon Dashboard

We’ve come a long way already with our OpenStack Havana All-in-One lab, but we need to get to the customer facing side to really see what OpenStack will look like as we deploy and manage it. This is where we get to the OpenStack Dashboard tool which is known as Horizon. In our first post (OpenStack Havana All-in-One Lab on …

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OpenStack Havana All-in-One Lab: Booting your first Nova instance

In the first post (OpenStack Havana All-in-One Lab on VMware Workstation) we built our VM which is running OpenStack Havana from the standard repository on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS server using the handy dandy DiscoPosse Github script repo:┬áhttps://github.com/discoposse/OpenStack-All-in-One-Havana As promised, we need to not just get it running, but to actually test it out and learn how to use OpenStack with …

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OpenStack Lab on VMware Workstation – Adding Cinder volume features

Now that we have our OpenStack lab up and running, we want to click around and kick the tires on all of the features. One of the first things that we will find is that the All-In-One is really an “almost” All-In-One. What I mean by that, is that there are services available which aren’t configured, and require a little …