“OpenStack Operations Guide” is an essential book for IT professionals and administrators who are looking to effectively deploy and manage OpenStack clouds. This comprehensive guide covers all the core components of OpenStack, including compute (Nova), object storage (Swift), block storage (Cinder), identity (Keystone), image service (Glance), and network (Neutron). The book is designed to help you understand the architecture and design of OpenStack, and provide practical guidance on how to set up, manage, and monitor an OpenStack cloud.
Starting with an overview of OpenStack and its key components, the book dives into the installation and configuration of OpenStack, including how to set up a single node and multi-node OpenStack deployment. It also covers how to manage OpenStack networking, storage, and security, including how to configure firewalls, network security groups, and security certificates. Additionally, the book covers OpenStack management, including how to use the OpenStack CLI, web interface, and API to manage your cloud.
One of the key focuses of this guide is providing practical, real-world advice on how to optimize your OpenStack cloud for performance, availability, and scalability. You will learn about best practices for performance tuning, troubleshooting, and disaster recovery, as well as how to manage and monitor the various components of your OpenStack cloud.
Whether you are just getting started with OpenStack or are already experienced with its deployment and management, “OpenStack Operations Guide” is an essential resource for anyone who wants to effectively manage an OpenStack cloud. With clear explanations, practical tips, and step-by-step instructions, this book is a comprehensive guide to deploying and managing OpenStack clouds.
Whether you’re an IT administrator, cloud engineer, or developer, the “OpenStack Operations Guide” is a must-have resource for anyone responsible for operating an OpenStack cloud. The guide provides a wealth of information and practical guidance that will help you get the most out of your OpenStack cloud, ensuring it runs smoothly and efficiently, and provides the high levels of availability and performance that your users expect.