New Openstack Deployment questions

Arnaud Morin arnaud.morin at
Fri Dec 11 09:37:04 UTC 2020


Yes, debian packages are very nice, thank you zigo for all you did!

Moreover, you can also take a look at what canonical did with ubuntu
cloud archives. Packages are working very well and openstack
documentation is explaining quite easily how to deploy them.
I dont know, but maybe it's based on what you did for debian zigo?


Arnaud Morin

On 10.12.20 - 20:47, Thomas Goirand wrote:
> On 12/10/20 2:46 PM, Thomas Wakefield wrote:
> > OpenStack deployment questions: 
> > 
> > If you were starting a new deployment of OpenStack today what OS would
> > you use, and what tools would you use for deployment?  We were thinking
> > CentOS with Kayobe, but then CentOS changed their support plans, and I
> > am hesitant to start a new project with CentOS.  We do have access to
> > RHEL licensing so that might be an option.  We have also looked at
> > OpenStack-Ansible for deployment.  Thoughts? 
> > 
> > Thanks in advance.  -Tom
> Hi Thomas,
> Did you consider using Debian and OCI [1] ? I've just deployed my 8th
> cluster in production with it, this time using floating IP for routed
> networks [2]. I'm of course biased in my answer because I'm the package
> maintainer and the main author of OCI, but he... please give it a try!
> One of the main point is that what happened with CentOS has no chance to
> happen in Debian (no vendor lock-in).
> Cheers,
> Thomas Goirand (zigo)
> [1]
> [2]

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