RDO Newton with nuage

Originally posted on scotts tech blog:
In this post we’ll learn how to install OpenStack RDO (Newton) and integrate it with nuage. As a perquisite the Nuage VCS components must have already been installed and setup. The only requirements between the OpenStack controller and the VSD is that the root (or whatever user you plan to utilize for API access between the OpenStack Contoller and… Continue reading RDO Newton with nuage

#ansible #docker image to safely run my playbooks in few steps

Hi there, after some work on my ansible playbooks. I made a disaster on Mac and I got some issues with my Python libraries. Actually, my ansible stop to work. Then, I decided to apply what I’be been saying over my last posts. Use containers to encapsulate my apps and libraries. What a nice journey. First, Install docker. Then, you’ll need to prepare your env … Continue reading #ansible #docker image to safely run my playbooks in few steps

No more excuses! Get into #SDWAN experience effortlessly

SDWAN is one of the most appealing use cases. Manages the connectivity between branches thru an overlay VPN Network. Automated policies that bring agility for users and happiness to business managers (i.e. Get revenue in advance avoiding shop opening delays. New branches can be connected on matter of days/hours.) Even better if you can give it a try starting today in a very affordable way. … Continue reading No more excuses! Get into #SDWAN experience effortlessly

Dockers – Nuage shows off micro-segmentation on containers.

Yes! I could dig into containers finally. My first impression is they are faster and easier to handle. I am seeing a hard future for hypervisors. However, Apps must to be designed to work on that sort of constant change. Nuage brings a really good microsegmentation to them and help us to bring advanced routing, security and networks settings (i.e. forwarding, QoS) I am not … Continue reading Dockers – Nuage shows off micro-segmentation on containers.

OpenStack liberty- Remove elements like duplicated hypervisors or unwanted ports

When your are experimenting with openstack, It’s usual have failures. This post shows how to remove these unwanted ports or duplicated compute nodes. Removing Duplicated Compute Nodes I’ve used this trick several times. Cause my Nested OpenStack Nuage lab (and my several installations). I had to remove duplicated nova computes using this procedure. First, let’s check out our hypervisors. [root@ocs01 ~]# . keystonerc_admin [root@ocs01 ~(keystone_admin)]# nova … Continue reading OpenStack liberty- Remove elements like duplicated hypervisors or unwanted ports

Building a Nuage/PackStack Lab at home Part 3

Update – August 1st, 2016: I’ve made an update thanks to @karkull feedback. some changes to neutron.cfg and nova.cfg files. I’ve made important changes the way I was presenting the info over this post. Hi there, Through this post, I will install nested packstack liberty with a controller/network node and a nova compute node. Then, I will install the Nuage plugin for neutron and the metadata, heat, horizon … Continue reading Building a Nuage/PackStack Lab at home Part 3

Building a Nuage/PackStack Demo at home – Part 2

First of all, just a reminder that I’m using a fanless server 8 cores / 32 GB RAM at home (details at Diego’s post). And you will need to read my previous post: BUILDING A NUAGE/OPENSTACK DEMO AT HOME: GIVING PACKSTACK A CHANCE – CENTOS7. Also, I want to say thanks to Scott Irwin for his scripts and Remi Vichery for his prompt support with … Continue reading Building a Nuage/PackStack Demo at home – Part 2

Building a Nuage/OpenStack demo at Home: Giving PackStack a chance – Centos7

update 05/05/2016: I’ve just got a 32GB fanless server and I stop using VBox to build my demo at home. Sorry in advance for any misunderstanding. More details about the server at Diego’s post. Building my #Nuagenetworks lab at Home with #packstack. Details on pinrojas.com A post shared by Mau (@p1nrojas) on May 2, 2016 at 9:46am PDT   Howdy, Exploring some ways to install OpenStack demos … Continue reading Building a Nuage/OpenStack demo at Home: Giving PackStack a chance – Centos7

Building a Nuage/OpenStack demo at home – Part1

update 05/05/2016: I’ve done some important changes over the next post. Like switching desvtack to packstack. Anyway, you are invited to check out both and create your own opinion. Also, I’ve changed jumpbox from ubuntu to Centos 7. I will update on the next posts some of my notes here. Next posts will take you to a step-by-step guide to create you on-premises Proof of Concept … Continue reading Building a Nuage/OpenStack demo at home – Part1

Installing OpenStack Kilo (Red Hat OSP7) LBaaS with @NuageNetworks VSP 3.2R4 (HAProxy)

Hi there. We can find hundreds of posts regarding how to install OpenStack LBaaS. This case I’ll bring an step-by-step guide to implement LBaaS with Nuage VSP 3.2.R4 into OpenStack Kilo OSP7 (Red Hat). Kilo uses the LBaaS API v2. I suggest you to get “VSP OpenStack Kilo Neutron Plugin User Guide (Release 3.2.R5 (Issue 2))”. Most of this post is based on this guide … Continue reading Installing OpenStack Kilo (Red Hat OSP7) LBaaS with @NuageNetworks VSP 3.2R4 (HAProxy)