[Openstack] Multi Node Openstack(Self serviced Network) Labs On vmwre fusion.
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Thu Nov 24 23:41:48 UTC 2016
On fusion you can install Openstack but I think it doesn't support VT so you may not able to start Guest instance or if you can then performance will be terrible. But worth trying and test it.
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> On Nov 24, 2016, at 3:13 PM, Nasir Mahmood <nasir.mahmood at gmail.com> wrote:
> My very first installation was a POC for openstack and it was on a single hardware running vmware esxi server. I don't know the fusion and esxi brands of vmware, how do they differ from each other, but it's quite easy for someone to get started.
> Just create as much vms as you want for controller and compute nodes, and start creating networks, tenants as your customers, rent them out your vms ( just kidding ) and don't forget to enable promiscuous mode on your vmware network switch ( it took me around 2+ weeks to understand why my vms are not able to ping each other or outside network ). Create your own cloud, be your own customer, all in one piece of hardware.
> And if you need , ask your questions here, but first give it a start, try something , instead.
> Nasir Mahmood
>> On Nov 24, 2016 5:22 PM, "Ali Mumcu" <alimumcu1077 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello Friends,
>> I wanna To deploy openstack test environment on my laptop and I am using vmwre fusion.
>> I wanna to learn , Can I deploy openstack (with 1 controller node and 2 compute node) on vmwre fusion.
>> could vxlan be problem on vmware fusion ?
>> ALİ MUMCU
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