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1. Getting Started with OpenStack
What is OpenStack?
Components of OpenStack
OpenStack Project Architecture Overview
Cloud Provider Conceptual Architecture
OpenStack Compute Logical Architecture
Nova Conceptual Mapping
Why Cloud?
2. Introduction to OpenStack Compute
Users and Projects
Images and Instances
System Architecture
Storage and OpenStack Compute
3. Installing OpenStack Compute
System Requirements
Example Installation Architectures
Service Architecture
Installing OpenStack Compute on Ubuntu
ISO Distribution Installation
Scripted Installation
Manual Installation
Post-Installation Configuration for OpenStack
Setting Flags in the nova.conf File
Table 3.2. Description of nova.conf flags (not comprehensive)
Setting Up OpenStack Compute Environment on the
Creating Credentials
Enabling Access to VMs on the Compute Node
Configuring Multiple Compute Nodes
Determining the Version of Compute
Migrating from Cactus to Diablo
4. Configuring OpenStack Compute
General Compute Configuration Overview
Table 4.1. Description of general purpose nova.conf flags
Table 4.2. Description of nova.conf flags for all services
Example nova.conf Configuration Files
Configuring Logging
Table 4.3. Description of nova.conf flags for logging
Table 4.4. Description of nova.conf flags for customized log formats
Configuring Hypervisors
Configuring Authentication and Authorization
Table 4.5. Description of nova.conf flags for Authentication
Table 4.6. Description of nova.conf flags for customizing roles in deprecated
Table 4.7. Description of nova.conf flags for credentials in deprecated auth
Table 4.8. Description of nova.conf flags for CA (Certificate Authority)
Configuring Compute to use IPv6 Addresses
Table 4.9. Description of nova.conf flags for configuring IPv6
Configuring Image Service and Storage for
Table 4.10. Description of nova.conf flags for the Glance image service and
Table 4.11. Description of nova.conf flags for local image storage
Configuring Live Migrations
Table 4.12. Description of nova.conf flags for live migration
Configuring Database Connections
Table 4.13. Description of nova.conf flags for database access
Configuring the Compute Messaging System
Table 4.15. Description of nova.conf flags for Tuning RabbitMQ Messaging
Table 4.16. Description of nova.conf flags for Customizing Exchange or Topic
5. Hypervisors
Selecting a Hypervisor
Hypervisor Configuration Basics
Table 5.1. Description of nova.conf flags for the compute node
Deployment Tool for OpenStack using Puppet
7. Networking
Networking Options
Cloudpipe — Per Project Vpns
Creating a Cloudpipe Image
VPN Access
Certificates and Revocation
Restarting and Logging into the Cloudpipe VPN
Configuring Networking on the Compute Node
Configuring Flat Networking
Configuring Flat DHCP Networking
Outbound Traffic Flow with Any Flat Networking
Configuring VLAN Networking
Enabling Ping and SSH on VMs
Allocating and Associating IP Addresses with Instances
Associating a Public IP Address
Removing a Network from a Project
Existing High Availability Options for Networking
Image management
Creating a Linux Image – Ubuntu & Fedora
Creating a Windows Image
Understanding the Compute Service Architecture
Managing the Cloud
Managing Compute Users
Managing Volumes
Using Live Migration
Reference for Flags in nova.conf
Table 8.1. Description of common nova.conf flags (nova-api, nova-compute)
Table 8.2. Description of nova.conf flags specific to nova-volume
9. OpenStack Interfaces
About the Dashboard
System Requirements for the Dashboard
Installing the OpenStack Dashboard
Getting Started with the VNC Proxy
Part I: Setting Up the Cloud Infrastructure
Part II: Getting Virtual Machines to Run the Virtual Servers
Part III: Installing the Needed Software for the Web-Scale
Running a Blog in the Cloud
11. Support and Troubleshooting
Community Support
Troubleshooting OpenStack Object Storage
Handling Drive Failure
Handling Server Failure
Detecting Failed Drives
Troubleshooting OpenStack Compute
Log files for OpenStack Compute
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