Published on 13/04/2015
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The slideshare begins with the description of cloud computing, that states about the basics of the cloud computing. And also illustrates the infrastructure setup such as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS). As you make progress into Openstack, you will find a definition of it, and the operating features of it. It provides a modular web-based user interface for all the Open Stack services. With this web GUI, you can perform most operations on your cloud like launching an instance, assigning IP addresses and setting access controls. Keystone is a framework for authentication and authorization for all the OpenStack services.
OpenStack cloud comes up with several services that support popular networking vendors, and technologies, such as Openstack Quantum, and OpenStack Cinder, and OpenStack Swift. You will also get to read, features and benefits of OpenStack are Instance life cycle management, i.e. Run, reboot, suspend, resize and terminate instances. Management of compute resources, Management of Local Area Networks, Distributed and asynchronous architecture for massively scalable and highly available system, Virtual Machine (VM) image management, Floating IP addresses, Security Groups, Role Based Access Control (RBAC), Projects & Quotas.
You can learn a lot more about OpenStack Cloud in Kernel Training and in the process you can understand openstack basics, openstack setup, openstack architecture, openstack dashboard, openstack demo, openstack high availability, openstack icehouse installation, openstack bootcamp, openstack cisco, openstack networking,etc, provided you are able to enroll with us.
OpenStack has a modular architecture that currently has eleven components:
Nova – provides virtual machines upon demand.
Swift – provides a scalable storage system that supports object storage.
Cinder – provides persistent block storage to guest VMs.
Glance – provides a catalog and repository for virtual disk images.
Keystone – provides authentication and authorization for all the OpenStack services.
Horizon – provides a modular web-based user interface (UI) for OpenStack services.
Neutron – provides network connectivity-as-a-service between interface devices managed by OpenStack services.
Ceilometer – provides a single point of contact for billing systems.
Heat – provides orchestration services for multiple composite cloud applications.
Trove – provides database-as-a-service provisioning for relational and non-relational database engines.
Sahara – provides data processing services for OpenStack-managed resources.
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