[Openstack] Getting started with OpenStack

Arvinder Singh arvinder.singh at aricent.com
Wed Oct 1 08:46:51 UTC 2014


You can start reading about the openstack components first so that you get a idea about the overall architecture of Openstack.
Then after that you can start some hands-on on the machine.


Arvinder Singh

-----Original Message-----
From: Saloni Baweja [mailto:salonibaweja10 at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2014 9:42 PM
To: openstack at lists.openstack.org
Subject: [Openstack] Getting started with OpenStack

I am an aspirant for OPW and did find projects like Wikimedia, Evergreen interesting and have bit more inclination towards OpenStack.
But I have no idea about cloud storage, their working etc and am just a beginner. It would be great if I get guidance about how to start understanding what exactly OpenStack is. I did read about the components of OpenStack that have different code names. But this further confuses me of where to start from ? Should I be knowing about all the components ? How can I get acquainted with OpenStack and its components ( as a mere beginner ) so that I can start contributing towards this ?

Build your own dreams, or someone else will hire you to build theirs. ;)

Saloni Baweja

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