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Posted 2 days ago by Sakari Keskitalo
We talk a lot about Galera Cluster being great for High Availability, but what about Disaster Recovery (DR)? Database outages can occur when you lose a data centre due to data center power outages or natural disaster, so why not plan appropriately in advance? In this webinar, we will discuss the business considerations including achieving […]
Posted 2 days ago by Bharat Kunwar
We discuss how we deployed Kubeflow on baremetal OpenStack managed infrastructure to support cloud-native machine learning workload use cases along with monitoring infrastructure to give full visibility to the end user.
Posted 8 days ago by Allison Price
Local community events in Milan and Rome highlight how research is powered by source technologies. The post From Containers to Edge Computing, Research Organizations Rely on Open Infrastructure appeared first on Superuser.
Posted 9 days ago by Nick Chase
SUSE has announced they're discontinuing their OpenStack distro, but it's not the end of the line for their customers.
Posted 10 days ago by Allison Price
The OpenStack Day in Berlin featured open infrastructure deployments from leading local automakers and IT organizations. The post Open Infrastructure in Germany: Hitting the Road with New and Growing OpenStack Use Cases appeared first on Superuser.
Posted 10 days ago by Jessica Field
The post Open Source Networking Days Australia appeared first on Aptira.
Posted 10 days ago by Jessica Field
The post 10% off + FREE Consulting – FINAL DAYS! appeared first on Aptira.
Posted 11 days ago by Nick Chase
Airship in a Bottle is a simple way to create an Airship deployment that includes a compact OpenStack cluster.
Posted 13 days ago by Superuser
“...we knew that choosing Ironic would resolve these difficulties, with the benefits being passed on to our users...” The post OpenStack Ironic Bare Metal Program case study: VEXXHOST appeared first on Superuser.
Posted 14 days ago by Chris Dent
There's a thread on the openstack-discuss mailing list, started in September and then continuing in October, about limiting planned scope for Nova in the Ussuri cycle so that stakeholders' expectations are properly managed. Although Nova gets a vast amount done per cycle there is always some stuff left undone and …