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[Openstack] setup private cloud environment


Recommendation: Use the installation tutorials on docs.openstack.org.
They start with a two-node cloud, but depending on how you want to use
your three boxes, it should be no problem extending the setup to three.
This will be a very manual setup, time-consuming but with a great
learning effect.

There are several automatic or semi-automatic deployment tools that you
should evaluate: Packstack (very easy), Kolla and Kolla-Ansible,
OpenStack-Ansible. The latter two may require more power than a typical
PC delivers. Their advantage: They can set up highly available clouds.

Devstack is another solution. I don't know how hard it is to extend a
single-node setup to three nodes. Since Devstack's purpose is
development and testing, it doesn't really focus on robustness.

Triple-O is probably not for you, as it requires servers with IPMI
interface. But there are ways to virtualize IPMI, so that you should
evaluate this method as well.

I am sure there are other methods. One thing to consider: Setting up an
OpenStack cloud is not like installing a typical Linux box. There are
many (many!) moving parts and many (many!) opportunities to make
mistakes. Keep that in mind and don't give up.

Bernd Bausch

On 10/30/2018 6:53 AM, Najeh Nafti wrote:
> Dear Sir/Madam,
>
> I want to setup my own private cloud using 3 desktop machines with
> openstack.
>
> Could you please give me the steps to build this cloud ?
> How can i configure and connect the machines together to build my own
> private cloud?
> Regards.
> Najeh.
>
>
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