[all] Guides for newbies to OpenStack

Jimmy McArthur jimmy at openstack.org
Mon Mar 16 13:55:08 UTC 2020

If you check on this page under Contributor Resources, you'll find a lot 
of "getting started" content: https://www.openstack.org/community/


> Jean-Philippe Evrard <mailto:jean-philippe at evrard.me>
> March 16, 2020 at 4:52 AM
> On Wed, 2020-03-11 at 18:06 +1100, Mike Carden wrote:
> Hello,
> Would https://docs.openstack.org/train/user/ work?
> For example, you can check the horizon guide to get started with 
> Horizon...
> Regards,
> JP
> Mike Carden <mailto:mike.carden at gmail.com>
> March 11, 2020 at 2:06 AM
> Our small team at ${DAYJOB} has built a handful of OpenStack clusters 
> based on Red Hat OpenStack 13 (aka Queens) over the last couple of years.
> We now find ourselves in the position of being 'gifted' human 
> resources in the shape of mid-level 'IT people' who are sent to join 
> our team for a short time to 'Learn OpenStack'.
> These tend to be people for whom, "Here's a Horizon URL and some creds 
> - go log in and launch a VM"[1]... is a bit much.
> I've done a wee bit of web searching (enough to find the dead links) 
> trying to find some newbie friendly tutorials on OpenStack basics. 
> Before I attempt to re-invent the wheel, can anyone suggest some 
> public resources I might point people to?
> Deity help us if we have to explain Tripleo's Undercloud, Overcloud, 
> partially containered, partially pacemakered, fully flaky... 
> underpinnings.
> Thanks,
> MC
> [1] Even with a step by step guide

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