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Présentation de l'éditeur

OpenStack is a feature-packed cloud operating stack that's hugely popular. This cookbook includes a fantastic range of OpenStack recipes designed to help you move to a cloud environment smoothly and painlessly.

  • Learn how to install and configure all the core components of OpenStack to run an environment that can be managed and operated just like AWS or Rackspace
  • Master the complete private cloud stack from scaling out compute resources to managing swift services for highly redundant, highly available storage
  • Practical, real world examples of each service are built upon in each chapter allowing you to progress with the confidence that they will work in your own environments

In Detail

OpenStack is an open Source cloud operating stack born from Rackspace and NASA which is now a global success, developed and supported by scores of people around the globe and backed by some of the leading players in the cloud space today.

OpenStack Cloud Computing Cookbook will show you exactly how to install the components that are required to make up a private cloud environment. You will learn how to set up an environment that you manage, just as you would do with AWS or Rackspace.

The Cookbook starts by configuring Nova (Compute) and Swift (Storage) in a safe, virtual environment that builds on through the book, to provisioning and managing OpenStack in the Datacenter.

From Installing Nova in a Virtual Environment to installing OpenStack in the Datacenter, from understanding logging to securing your OpenStack environment, whatever level of experience or interest you have with OpenStack there are recipes that guide you through the journey. Installation steps cover Compute, Swift, Keystone, Nova Volumes, Glance and Horizon.

OpenStack Cloud Computing Cookbook gives you clear step-by-step instructions to installing and running your own private cloud successfully. It is full of practical and applicable recipes that enable you to use the latest capabilities of OpenStack and implement them.

What you will learn from this book

  • Understand, install and configure Nova, OpenStack's Cloud Compute resource
  • Learn how to install Swift, how it operates—with practical recipes to troubleshooting and maintaining OpenStack's Object Storage service
  • Configure Keystone, OpenStack's Identity Service which underpins the authentication of all OpenStack services
  • Manage cloud computing images using the OpenStack Image Service, Glance
  • Learn how to create custom Windows and Linux images for use in your private cloud environment
  • Configure and install Horizon, the OpenStack Dashboard service for managing your cloud environment
  • Learn how to secure your private cloud and the instances running on them
  • Learn how to troubleshoot, monitor and deploy OpenStack environments beyond test environments and into real-world datacenters


A Cookbook full of practical and applicable recipes that will enable you to use the full capabilities of OpenStack like never before.

Who this book is written for

This book is aimed at system administrators and technical architects moving from a virtualized environment to cloud environments with familiarity of cloud computing platforms. Knowledge of virtualization and managing linux environments is expected.

Biographie de l'auteur

Kevin Jackson

Kevin Jackson is married, with three children. He is an experienced IT professional working with small businesses and online enterprises. He has extensive experience with various flavors of Linux and Unix. He specializes in web and cloud infrastructure technologies for Trader Media Group.

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Good step-by-step guide, but parts are already outdated 20 janvier 2013
Par Lorin Hochstein - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Disclosure: The publisher sent me a complimentary copy of this book, and asked that I write a review if I enjoyed the book. It may also interest you to know that I'm a volunteer contributor to the official OpenStack documentation.

This book is focused on bringing up your first OpenStack cloud, using Ubuntu as the host operating system. As the "Cookbook" in the title suggests, this is a "follow these steps one-after-the-other" kind of book. It also describes how to use VirtualBox so you can do your initial OpenStack deployment inside of virtual machines. Note that this book isn't a comprehensive reference to all of the configuration options that OpenStack supports. If you want to use, say, Xen as your hypervisor, or configure advanced features like migration of instances, you'll need to look elsewhere for documentation on how to do that.

The last few chapters ("In the datacenter", "Monitoring" and "Troubleshooting") cover important topics that aren't currently well-documented elsewhere, such as provisioning the servers using Ubuntu MAAS, configuring for high availability, setting up monitoring tools, and how to troubleshoot OpenStack problems. It also covers the EC2 compatibility features of OpenStack in more detail than you'll find in the official docs.

OpenStack is a fast-moving project, with releases every six month. This book covers the "Essex" releases, which came out in April 2012. Since then there has been a "Folsom" release in September 2012, and the "Grizzly" release which is due in April 2013. Unfortunately, some content in this book is already out of date. The biggest issue is that the file format for the nova.conf configuration file changed since the book was written, from flag-style format to ini-style format. Where the book says you need to type "--logdir=/var/log/nova" or "--force_dhcp_release", you now need to do "logdir=/var/log/nova" or "force_dhcp_release=true" instead. The book also starts off by describing how to set up with "deprecated authentication" before describing how to configure the recommended authentication method using the Keystone service. Unfortunately for the reader, deprecated authentication was dropped in Folsom, so the section early on that describes how to configure for deprecated authentication won't work if the user is working with the Folsom version. The other commands mentioned in the book should work properly on Folsom.

The other consequence of focusing on the older Essex release is that this book doesn't cover new OpenStack-related services that are present in the Folsom release. In particular, there's no mention of Quantum (the new networking service, replacing nova-network) and Cinder (the new block storage service, which will be replacing nova-volume). These services are both optional, but they are intended to be the standard way of configuring networking and volumes going forward. This is a pity, especially in the case of Quantum, because it's a significant change in how OpenStack networking works.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
For the very Beginner on Essex 10 novembre 2012
Par Rob Neff - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is good if you want to create a single node VM for testing and take snapshots and play around, but this not going to help you troubleshoot more complex deployments.

I'm still reading, but so far it's mostly a guided tour of the documentation, which is useful, but don't think this will help you optimize your 50 node config.

Also Folsom is out so much of this book is already outdated. I feel sorry for the author with a product that's changing so rapidly.
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good reference for openstack 1 avril 2013
Par fogcat5 - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
this sort of book quickly gets out of date because openstack is under active development, and each release changes a few things

still, this book is only a few months old (as of April 2013) and it gives a good overview of the openstack environment running folsom and essex, with foreshadowing of grizzly features and how they change things.

Kevin Jackson, the author, is online with a very helpful blog of cloud info as well as the VM installation scripts to build a virtualbox/vagrant hosted allinone folsom instance.

If you want to stay up to date with openstack and want to get hints about how to install and support it, this will be a good book for you
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great cookbook with some delicious recipes to get your clouds cooking! 6 novembre 2012
Par Amazon Reader - Publié sur
Format: Broché
For those that want a little more detail on running OpenStack than devstack, I would recommend picking up a copy OpenStack Cloud Computing Cookbook. Whether you are building your very own private cloud or maintaining one, this book is right for you.

Recipes start with setting up sand box environment on VirtualBox, followed by Essex install on Ubuntu Precise (12.04). After basic install, the book covers installing, configuring, and administering all of the components of OpenStack. Chapters 2 and 3 cover compute and keystone components. Chapter 4 starts out with a setup of swift (storage component) sand box environment. Chapters 5 and 6 are more Swift recipes. Glance, Nova, Horizon and Networking get the next 4 chapters, while 11 and 12 cover practical details like installing OpenStack on bare metal (MAAS) and monitoring. The last chapter delves into troubleshooting, logging, submitting bug reports, and getting help from community.

What this book is not: an in-depth explanation of OpenStack components. It is also not OpenStack for Dummies. However, if you just want to get things working, this is a great reference book.
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Felt rushed 23 décembre 2013
Par Anon - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I was looking for something that presented OpenStack is a more schematic / theoretical level. As the title implies, this text presents a bunch of different 'cookbook' approaches, most of which become outdated quickly. It's an OK read considering there isn't much competition in this space. I would stick to the official openstack docs online for someone looking for a deeper understanding of the various services that make up openstack.
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