[Openstack-operators] Mirantis Fuel Multi-Region
Federico Michele Facca
federico.facca at create-net.org
Tue Nov 17 08:40:45 UTC 2015
afaik, with the new plugin architecture, in fuel 7/8 it should be easy to
create a plugin for achieve your goal.
in case of manual job, depending on your cloud architecture there are
different options, the main ones are:
- you keep a single keystone in a datacenter and register the new region
services in there.
- you make the two keystone installation high-available across the two
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On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 9:16 AM, Eren Türkay <erent at skyatlas.com> wrote:
> Hello operators,
> I have google a lot but I failed to find a good documentation on
> installation using Mirantis Fuel. I use Fuel in one site, it provides a
> way to provision the physical machines. However, I need a new region
> installation and I am wondering how it is done properly.
> As far as I know, with keystone shared, pure OpenStack installation is
> just new
> endpoint addresses for new region. It is enough to add new endpoints to the
> shared keystone and we have a new region (seens in horizon as well).
> it seems that Fuel always installs new keystone/mysql/horizon/api
> endpoints for
> each region. Is this always the case with Fuel? Is there anyone who has
> installed multi-region Openstack with Mirantis Fuel?
> Thanks for your time,
> Eren Türkay, System Administrator
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