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In [Baserock] we have currently finished the [OpenStack integration], which means that we are now able to build and deploy a full OpenStack (Kilo) cloud, from scratch, from source (not only the OpenStack components, but the entire software stack). You can take a look at this short [Video] I created to demonstrate the final result.

This hasn't been an easy trip, but mainly because we had to add support for many things in Baserock that OpenStack needs, and also add things that aren't included in OpenStack repositories, but in distribution packages.

If anybody is interested, you will find more information about Baserock in the [wiki], and also we will be glad to help to understand our work in [#baserock @ freenode]

In [Baserock] we Baserock have currently finished the [OpenStack integration], OpenStack integration, which means that we are now able to build and deploy a full OpenStack (Kilo) cloud, from scratch, from source (not only the OpenStack components, but the entire software stack). You can take a look at this short [Video] Video I created recorded to demonstrate the final result.

This hasn't been an easy trip, but mainly because we had to add support for many things in Baserock that OpenStack needs, and also add things that aren't included in OpenStack repositories, but in distribution packages.

If anybody is interested, you will find more information about Baserock in the [wiki], wiki, and also we will be glad to help to understand our work in [#baserock #baserock @ freenode]freenode

In link:Baserock have currently finished the link:OpenStack integration, which means that we are now able to build and deploy a full OpenStack (Kilo) cloud, from scratch, from source (not only the OpenStack components, but the entire software stack). You can take a look at this short link:Video I recorded to demonstrate the final result.

This hasn't been an easy trip, but mainly because we had to add support for many things in Baserock that OpenStack needs, and also add things that aren't included in OpenStack repositories, but in distribution packages.

If anybody is interested, you will find more information about Baserock in the link:wiki, and also we will be glad to help to understand our work in link:#baserock @ freenode

PS: Sorry about the links, I do

In link:Baserocktext have currently finished the link:OpenStack integration, which means that we are now able to build and deploy a full OpenStack (Kilo) cloud, from scratch, from source (not only the OpenStack components, but the entire software stack). You can take a look at this short link:Video I recorded to demonstrate the final result.

This hasn't been an easy trip, but mainly because we had to add support for many things in Baserock that OpenStack needs, and also add things that aren't included in OpenStack repositories, but in distribution packages.

If anybody is interested, you will find more information about Baserock in the link:wiki, and also we will be glad to help to understand our work in link:#baserock @ freenode

PS: Sorry about the links, I do

In link:text [Baserock] we have currently finished the link:OpenStack integration, [OpenStack integration], which means that we are now able to build and deploy a full OpenStack (Kilo) cloud, from scratch, from source (not only the OpenStack components, but the entire software stack). You can take a look at this short link:Video [Video] I recorded created to demonstrate the final result.

This hasn't been an easy trip, but mainly because we had to add support for many things in Baserock that OpenStack needs, and also add things that aren't included in OpenStack repositories, but in distribution packages.

If anybody is interested, you will find more information about Baserock in the link:wiki, [wiki], and also we will be glad to help to understand our work in link:[#baserock @ freenode]

PS: Sorry about the links mess, I don't know how to do them in markdown here.

In [Baserock] we have currently finished the [OpenStack integration], which means that we are now able to build and deploy a full OpenStack (Kilo) cloud, from scratch, from source (not only the OpenStack components, but the entire software stack). You can take a look at this short [Video] I created to demonstrate the final result.

This hasn't been an easy trip, but mainly because we had to add support for many things in Baserock that OpenStack needs, and also add things that aren't included in OpenStack repositories, but in distribution packages.

If anybody is interested, you will find more information about Baserock in the [wiki], and also we will be glad to help to understand our work in [#baserock @ freenode]

PS: Sorry about the links mess, I don't know how to do them in markdown here.here, although it looks it's because I don't have enough karma points.

  • Baserock: http://wiki.baserock.org
  • wiki: http://wiki.baserock.org
  • OpenStack integration: http://wiki.baserock.org/guides/openstack-on-baserock/
  • Video] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtR6itDw79Q
  • #baserock @ freenode: https://irclogs.baserock.org/