OpenStack: The Path to Cloud

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9781532709401: OpenStack: The Path to Cloud

This book is written to help enterprise architects implement an OpenStack® cloud. With architects with one foot in information technology and the other in business operations in mind, we want to offer insights and best practices to help you achieve multiple (and sometimes competing) goals. If you’re looking for vendor-neutral answers about planning your path to an OpenStack cloud, you’re in the right place. Members of the OpenStack community—technologists, business leaders and product managers—collaborated on this book to explain how to get started with an OpenStack cloud. We’ve included pros and cons to help you make better choices when setting up your cloud, along with anticipated investments of both time and money. In this book, we’ll discuss the considerations involved and how to make OpenStack cloud decisions about models, forming your team, organization and process changes, choosing workloads, and implementation from proof-of-concept through ongoing maintenance. Topics include: · Your technology options and their pros and cons · What to expect—in support, level of investment, and customization—from each type of cloud and consumption model · Operational models for a cloud, including staffing, plus how to manage consumption of cloud services in your business · How to assess the cloud’s value to your business. After reading this book, you’ll understand the process of building an OpenStack cloud, various cloud models, and operational and application approaches. You’ll understand what decisions to make before building your cloud, and their effects on cost, resources and capabilities.

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OpenStack® is the most widely deployed open source software for building public and private clouds. In use globally at large and small enterprises, telecoms, service providers, and government/research agencies, OpenStack is a technology integration engine that supports the diverse ecosystem of cloud computing innovation. Nearly 600 companies and 38,000 individuals globally support the project.

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