A new approach to OpenStack deployment is to run it in containers. This might sound like the IT equivalent of an M.C. Escher drawing. Don’t we run OpenStack to deploy virtual machines and containers? But we want to run OpenStack in containers?
Can this actually be made to work? Yes, it certainly can. And on today’s Datanauts episode, we’re going to talk about how and why.
We also look at the relationship between OpenStack and Kubernetes, and how to address requirements like storage or databases that might require persistent state. We also look at the Kolla Project, which brings together OpenStack, Docker, and Ansible.
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Five Minutes of Cloud – Robert Starmer’s Video Tutorials
Persistent Storage for Docker Containers – SolidFire
Welcome to Kolla’s documentation! – OpenStack
Kolla Kubernetes Quickstart Guide – OpenStack
Kolla-Kubernetes – GitHub
OpenStack is an Application! Deploy and Manage Your Stack with Kolla-Kubernetes – OpenStack Foundation YouTube Video