Tag: tutorial

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May2014
Docker Security Security is taken seriously when dealing with open source accountability. And it’s no different when developers embrace using Docker, by building applications locally right up to production deployments. A big responsibility that comes with being deployed in so many ... Read More
May 29, 2014Flux7 Labs

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May2014
In our last #Docker tutorial series post, we shared the 15 commands that got us onboard with #Docker. This set of #Docker commands are steps to manually create images. That is ... Read More
May 15, 2014Flux7 Labs

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May2014
In part one of our #Docker Tutorial Series, we learned about the basics of #Docker. We examined how it works and how it’s installed. In this post, let’s ... Read More
May 8, 2014Flux7 Labs

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May2014
Docker, the new trending containerization technique, is winning hearts with its lightweight, portable, “build once, configure once and run anywhere” functionalities. This is part one of Flux7’s Docker tutorial series. As we move forward, together, ... Read More
May 1, 2014Flux7 Labs

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Apr2014
In a previous blog article, we discussed how to install and use a single node in OpenStack. In this post, we will discuss how to install multi nodes in OpenStack. Here we go OpenStack Multi-Node Installation... Read More
April 24, 2014Flux7 Labs

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Apr2014
Nova, OpenStack Compute service is used for hosting and managing cloud computing systems. It is a component based architecture enabling quicker additions of new features. It is fault tolerant, recoverable and provides API-compatibility with systems like Amazon EC2. Nova is built on a messaging architecture and all of its ... Read More
April 17, 2014Flux7 Labs

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Apr2014
Introduction Neutron, a network service for OpenStack, is a pluggable, scalable and API-driven system for managing networks and IP addresses. It also provides a variety of network services ranging from L3 forwarding and NAT to load balancing, edge firewalls and IPSEC VPN. Neutron manages software-defined ... Read More
April 10, 2014Flux7 Labs

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Apr2014
Introduction Cinder is a persistent block level storage device for use with OpenStack compute instances. It manages the creation, attachment and detachment of block devices to servers. In addition to using simple Linux server storage, Cinder provides unified storage support for numerous other storage platforms, including Ceph, NetApp, Nexenta, SolidFire and ... Read More
April 3, 2014Flux7 Labs

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Mar2014
[Tweet "This tutorial is on OpenStack's Image Service Glance"] This tutorial is on OpenStack's Image Service Glance - its components and step-by-step guide to install and use Glance. Introduction The OpenStack Image Service called Glance provides discovery, registration and delivery services for disk and server ... Read More
March 20, 2014Flux7 Labs

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Mar2014
Introduction Keystone is an OpenStack identity service that manages user databases and OpenStack service catalogs and their API endpoints. It integrates with existing backend directory services like LDAP and supports multiple authentication mechanisms, such as username-and-password, token-based systems and AWS-style logins. Keystone’s Components ❖ User:... Read More
March 13, 2014Flux7 Labs