amy at demarco.com
Thu Feb 13 23:17:17 UTC 2020
Adding the discuss list back in
On Thu, Feb 13, 2020 at 5:16 PM Amy Marrich <amy at demarco.com> wrote:
> I'm sure someone from the TripleO team will pipe in, but TripleO is closer
> to RHOSP then RDO. When I was playing with it in the past I found Keith
> Tenzer's blogs helpful. There might be more recent ones then this but
> here's a link to one:
> Amy Marrich (spotz)
> On Thu, Feb 13, 2020 at 5:05 PM Volodymyr Litovka <doka.ua at gmx.com> wrote:
>> Dear colleagues,
>> while having a good experience with Openstack on Ubuntu, we're facing a
>> plenty of questions re RHOSP installation.
>> The primary requirement for our team re RHOSP is to get a knowledge on
>> RHOSP - how to install it and maintain. As far as I understand, RDO is
>> the closest way to reach this target but which kind of installation it's
>> better to use? -
>> * plain RDO installation as described in generic Openstack guide at
>> https://docs.openstack.org/install-guide/index.html (specifics in
>> RHEL/CentOS sections)
>> * or TripleO installation as described in http://tripleo.org/install/
>> * or, may be, it is possible to use RHOSP in kind of trial mode to get
>> enough knowledge on this platform?
>> Our lab consists of four servers (64G RAM, 16 cores at 2GHz) which we're
>> going to use in "ultraconverged" mode - as both controller and agent
>> (compute/network/storage) nodes (controllers, though, can be in
>> virsh-controlled VMs). In case of TripleO scenario, 4th server can be
>> used for undercloud role. This installation is intended not for
>> production use, but rather for learning purposes, so no special
>> requirements for productivity. The only special requirement - to be
>> functionally as much as close to canonical RHOSP platform.
>> I will highly appreciate your suggestions on this issue.
>> Thank you.
>> Volodymyr Litovka
>> "Vision without Execution is Hallucination." -- Thomas Edison
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