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Which deployment tool is good for openstack multinode HA deployment with Xenserver 6.2 and Ceph?

asked 2013-08-01 04:29:40 -0600

sonali gravatar image


I am really in "BIG" questions these days, Since Xenserver 6.2 has became fully open source, and supporting ceph finally, I am really thinking to do the openstack multinode HA deployment with ceph as object storage and xenserver 6.2 as compute nodes. Is this good idea?

There are lots of options available like chef, puppet, mirantis fuel, stackops etc.... There is no step by step guides for any of the tools that's making me so confuse in deciding. So which will be good tool? also any good guides references?

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answered 2014-10-02 22:40:39 -0600

jtaguinerd gravatar image


This may seem like a bit late, but just to share I've had experienced using ansible in deploying multinode HA for openstack and ceph. It is a lot easier as compared to chef. Ansible comes with a good documentation too.

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answered 2014-10-10 19:50:24 -0600

gmi gravatar image

Can you please share the playbooks you used? What version did you install?

Thank you.

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