Guides to move into the cloud with OpenStack

by | Mar 9, 2015

OpenStack is a huge project in which come into play many parts, and its development cycles are very fast. Thus, sometimes is difficult to keep abreast of all developments.

To make things a little easier, we collect the best tutorials, guides and tips of the month, so that you can consult all the news at a glance. Remember that if you have any questions, you always have the option to consult OpenStack Offitial documentation.

Below you can find the links to 8 interesting guides related to OpenStack:

OpenStack Icehouse on CentOS

lHow to Use the OpenStack SDK for Go

Scaling Openstack in AWS using Ravello

Writing a Gnocchi storage driver for ceph

Adding an LDAP backed domain to a Packstack install

Contributing to open cloud projects without losing your mind

Building Custom Dashboards in OpenStack Horizon

Integrating Chef with OpenStack instances

Source: 8 guides for cloud building with OpenStack



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