Deploying a Docker cluster with OpenStack Heat

by | Feb 15, 2016

OpenStack and Docker are two complementary technologies very useful for IT administrators in traditional data centers.

In this post we tell you how to deploy a Docker cluster capable of using external storage provided byOpenStack Cinder.

The deployment of clusters is usually performed through OpenStack Magnum, which leverages Heat templates. But, how can we ensure Magma deploys and configures container infrastructure inclusive of providing external storage support for containers.?

Have a look at the pollowing post which includes an interesting video: OpenStack Superuser



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