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asked 2019-01-30 04:31:37 -0500

yasin lachiny gravatar image

when i read a bout advantage of using magnum the document said it brings multitenancy. the question is what is multitenancy? how magnum solve multitenancy?

what other advantage of magnum? is multitenancy is a big advantage?

can run container on kvm directly

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answered 2019-01-30 05:16:00 -0500

Multitenancy means that several projects (old name: tenant) can share the same cloud but be isolated from each other. That is, project 1 can’t see the network traffic of network 2. This is an absolute must in a public cloud, and also many private clouds, where it is important that sensitive information is not shared.

So, two projects can have their respective Kubernetes clusters that are isolated from each other.

The advantage of Magnum is ease of K8s cluster setup and management (also Swarm and Mesos clusters).

KVM implements virtual machines, not containers. In contrast to VMs, containers don’t “run”. They are just boxes without wheels or feet. Apps run in containers. Of course, you can create containers in VMs.

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i do not want run container in vm is there a way to run it without vm ?

yasin lachiny gravatar imageyasin lachiny ( 2019-01-30 05:18:08 -0500 )edit

In a physical machine, of course. Magnum can also manage baremetal instances.

Bernd Bausch gravatar imageBernd Bausch ( 2019-01-30 05:47:55 -0500 )edit

if i have baremetal. what should i give to customer? the bare matal password? if i have 10 customers and i want to isolate them what should i sell to them?should i sell baremetal with kubernetis? i can sell one os to one person if i use baremetal i can not give the password to number of customer?

yasin lachiny gravatar imageyasin lachiny ( 2019-01-30 06:00:31 -0500 )edit

thanks for helping

yasin lachiny gravatar imageyasin lachiny ( 2019-01-30 06:00:45 -0500 )edit

Each customer gets a domain in a public cloud, not the passwords of physical servers.

On the other hand, I don’t know if OpenStack’s baremetal solution is well adapted to public clouds.

Bernd Bausch gravatar imageBernd Bausch ( 2019-01-30 07:51:03 -0500 )edit

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