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The Keystone Federation in OpenStack Kilo

Keystone is one of the key components of any OpenStack deployment.  In short, Keystone takes a look at everyone logging into the OpenStack cloud, and answers two very important questions: “Who are you?” and “What can you do?”.  It is critical for Keystone to be deployed in a highly available  manner in each OpenStack deployment, as …

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OpenStack Summit Session Voting Open! Spoiler Alert, Vote For Mine!

Ok, I’m just going to throw it out there.  This post is noting more than shameless self promotion for OpenStack Summit voting. I’ve teamed up with Eric Wright, one of my Virtual Design Master partners in crime, to bring you number of topics which have a few central themes, mainly a few facets of OpenStack …

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OpenStack Congress, Policy for Your Cloud

When we talk about our next generation data centers, and how we are going to run them, recently, many of our discussions have turned to policy.  How do we want our applications to be deployed?  What type of service levels do we want them to have?  Which virtual machines or instances should be present on …

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