Deploying Openstack
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: November 2013
Pages: 273

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Updated and expanded for the Havana release of OpenStack, this practical guide provides architects and system administrators in-depth knowledge on each OpenStack service along with deployment advice for installing them as the foundation of your cloud. This edition walks readers through the installation of each component alone as well as discusses using new installers to roll out an entire racks of equipment at once.

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5.0

Good book

By jcf

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      Comments about oreilly Deploying Openstack:

      A good introduction to the OpenStack world

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      No real insights

      By JSH Doug

      from Oregon

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      • Not comprehensive enough
      • Too basic

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      Comments about oreilly Deploying Openstack:

      The book is accurate when compared to the information I get off the OpenStack websites but that is all there is.
      I was expecting more information on setting up and running OpenStack along with insights into interoperations of components rather than a list of applications with argument options.
      The number of components and utilities is large so the book seems dense, however it feels like each chapter is just an intro or summary for what should be the real (but incomplete) chapters.

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